The Palomar Inn
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... in making the salad dressing and we all ended up with the recipe.
Back along the foreshore with it's wide sandy beach lined with palm trees and lots of people playing volley ball - a bit of snoozing in the bus after such a big lunch as we climbed through the mountain pass - olive trees as the ...
... 2 four month trip to the sea they dive continuously without touching land. They normally dive 20-30 min, but can dive up to 2 hours. And they can dive 300-1000m.
Males battle for up to 100 days for breeding rights for up to 100 days without food or water. In January they give birth. Female spend up to 7-8 month at sea and only return to land for giving birth. The pubs are ...
I've only known Morro Bay from the photo art that's hung above our fire place since I've met Curtis years ago. It's a simple pix with beautiful sunrise (sunset?) in the background of a stretching dock. I only thought of Morro Bay as one of the pit stop places between N. Ca and S. CA. Not until I read the history book of Morro Bay in San Diego History Museum did I know that the place is famous for a rock.
We were on the road to San Luis Obispo by 9:30 am with Robert and Dale. Dale is a young, professional roper from Hawaii who sat in the front seat quietly the first half of the trip. About halfway through he started to warm up to us and started showing his great sense of humor. He helped us quote movies and made us laugh a lot. We got to the roping and the guys saddled up their horses and got ready to compete. We sat in the bleachers and watched the event. We had a ...
... font-size: 12px; line-height: 20px; text-align: -webkit-center; ">TOP SIRLOIN ~ $23
topped with sautéed mushrooms and shallots,