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... ina Thai hole in the wall on the main street...
Tho most any Brazilian would hate it here, its very cold, and the water is impossible to stand in even for a few minutes... as it is very cold. The waves are impressive.
Tomorrow we head back to LA... and Sa************* back to the Terra de Nunca.
Its good here.
... starfish. No one minds stepping on toes and they expect you not to care about it either. But I am a Midwesterner. We don't look at each other directly in the eye when we speak. We talk at 90 degree angles, even with family members. We aim to not step on toes. The Californians are a strange group. We were in a Denny's in a Eureka this morning and I felt like I was in the game "Guess Who?". People had on hats, distinctive hairstyles, big costume jewelry, donned interesting ...
... snoring kayakers there on a convention, who got up at 6am and started talking at the tops of their voices. It also started raining to we abandoned the rest of the day and instead went to check out the asian art museum in the city and having a relaxed evening in.
All week we did different day trips; I finished off my dance classes at ODC, we spent a day at a local national park, we went to an evening at the Exploratorium interactive science museum and a day at the De Young ...
... had little or no bike lane providing several tense passing situations with cars and trucks. Once the guys got onto Highway 1 in Leggett though the auto traffic dropped off significantly.
Here is a link to Brian's Garmin for the ride.....however the Garmin stopped recording info for about 4 miles / 20 minutes today during the ride.
A sighting of a large ...
... acceleration. We then spent the better part of the next three hours driving north on Route 101, until we were due east of Fort Bragg, at which point we headed west on Route 20 towards the Pacific Ocean. Other than the big bridges earlier in the day, this was the best part of the drive today. We promptly climbed up over the hills separating the coast from Route 101, and wound our way through dense pine forests, neat ...