Travel Blogs from Santa Barbara
... the lake, the lake itself was surrounded by sheer canyon cliffs, it was amazing and I can see why the locals in particular use this lake for their holidays. Going out on the lake on a houseboat would be brilliant. I must try that next time. After the lake cruise we had dinner overlooking the canyon and the most spectacular sunset. The next day we headed for the Grand Canyon. As we approached a key section of the road on Route 89 we encountered a roadblock - ...
... to go back down. The voice came back " don't try to run"
Wow, was I actually in trouble. I couldnt stop cracking up. I walked down a bit before stopping an looking out at the overlook o L.A. The voice came back. Man by the power line (me) you are trespassing, continue down the hill.
They were talkin to me... ****.
Well at least if I was gonna get in trouble I'd have a good story.!
When I got back to the bottom no cops were there, so I just kept on walking ...
What a great show that was. He is as good as ever and the show was all new material. I would really like a copy of the recording!!!
Plus the support act was Carol Leifer -another comedian for whom I have just finished her biography! Called " when you lie about your age the terrorists win" . Evelyn had a copy of her book in the house and she loaned it to me. It was a great read. I didn't know she was going to be the warmup act!
The Arlington theatre is a ...
... bouncer almost punch a guy out after being spit on, a couple of sincere heart-to-hearts, and a big group cab ride home.
The next morning, Dan and crew set out to do a day of wine-tasting in the valley, but Jonas and I opted for an even more relaxing day. Jonas has a number of ideas about life, one of which is that people do not spend enough time truly relaxing. Think about it: when was the last time you sat on the ...
... the top of the hill. One day he had a fancy to 'build a little something' as he was tired of living in tents. Over the years the ranch had expanded to 250,000 acres and still runs 2000 head of cattle. The home he built with his architect took 28 years to complete and was filled with art and decoration from all over Europe for both interior and exterior decoration - choir stalls from churches, statues from italy.
We did a tour of ...
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