Inn on the Beach
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... onto the rugged rocky shoreline or rolling onto the many sandy beaches dotted along the way. At one of the points we stopped at there were a few people looking away from the ocean and up to the top of the rugged cliffs that lined the route. Turns out that they were watching a number of California Condors circling around in the thermals spiralling up from the ridge. These are big birds that have up to a three metre wingspan but they were too high to get a decent photo, at least we'd ...
... crab skeleton, lobsters, mighty urchins, six-sided starfish, lazy sea slugs, and others. The kelp forest was my favorite part by far. My brother and I actually pitched in some money so we could by a GoPro last winter. I took some really awesome pictures, I think! Check them out!
The ocean was a little cold, but it was refreshing. Very grateful to have gone to see such a wonderful place that not many people ever ...
... And we saw real life tumbleweeds which were the source of far too much amusement for two adults in their thirties. We passed a good few cyclists who must be in need of mental health assessment for attempting this road - the next sign of civilisation or indeed shade was Panamint Springs, a good 30 miles back. We waved at all of them in admiration and appreciation of their mentalness, safe with our air con blasting out. Small signs of habitat and humankind appeared, the odd ...
... along the promenade, beautiful morning, sun was out & we actually wore shorts for the first time. Found the coast bike path & it was really nice cycling till we got to Carpenteria a really pretty seaside town and we stopped for lunch (or maybe brunch) of scrambled eggs with potatoes & tea - large omelette for Peter, food was excellent. Found a bike shop for two inner tubes as both spares now used then along the coast path again, ...
Greetings from the venerable Ventura Bay Yacht Club,
We won't bother to describe our method of propulsion from Santa Barbara to Ventura. We’ll just say it’s the same as the vast majority of the trip. Also the pictures of the dolphins and sea lions pretty much shows how much wind we had.
The sun continues to be a regular happening. We are relishing it as our summer (July and August) was spent mostly in the fog or under a ...