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... beaches, it was a perfect place to go to forget your worries and have as much fun as you could. That is how I remembered the Boardwalk and honestly, even after all of these years (with a few small exceptions) nothing has changed. The smells, sights and sounds all were familiar to me. Ible and I had so much fun trying out some of the rides, had some local junk food (apparently you can now stuff chocolate into a Churro!?!), and ...
... us out to his ranch which is over 5000 acres. They have not had enough rain for several
years, so some of the land is quite dry, but still beautiful with a nice herd
of cattle. We loved the ranch. We had a
relaxing day at the campground on Sunday while we BBQ’d ribs. Thank you Sue and Arron for a great visit!
... took a brief paddling lesson, and launched from their Kayaks Anne and Grant were in a double, and Grant was put in back where he was in charge of controlling the rudder with his feet. I mentioned to Anne that this might not be a good idea, as Grant was pretty tall in the Kayak already. But in the back of the kayak he stayed.
Katie and I took some pictures of the group before we left, then we got in the car and headed ...
... of nine.
Made some plans for maybe heading over to San Juan Bautista to explore a bit tomorrow if it is still raining (weather says 30% chance) and if nice then maybe over to the coast. Will keep you posted.
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... restaurants offering free samples trying to entice us in. We get some pictures of the seals and pelicans before boarding the Princess Monterey for our whale watching cruise. We set off out of the harbour and see loads of seals, some sea otters and of course Pelicans. As we get out of the harbour the swell starts and it is up and down, up and down all the way. The weather at this time is a bit overcast and somewhat ...