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... jump. I kept the rod tip down and pulled back as she neared the surface. She only got her head out just past her gills. I then knew two things. She was big and barely hooked. She had the hudd flying around and I could see that she was only hooked by one of the trebles and barely. I felt sure she would come off. So then the dilemma is whether to play her out and not risk her pulling off or pull her in fast and not risk her throwing it out. Since she was close ...
... female such as Santa Monica, Santa Barbara etc. The exception is Santa Claus. Ha! Ha!.
We only stayed at Santa Monica for 30 minutes but got to the beaches which were beautiful. It is the only place that I have seen that I could say that the sand was better than the Gold Coast. The houses were magnificent and now I understand why the Movie Stars live here. They are the only ones who could afford it.
We then continued onto Santa Barbara and were ...
Today we spent the morning looking around Monterey seeing as we arrived in the dark last night. We didn't have to check out of the motel till 12 noon so enjoyed wandering along the waterfront from Cannery Row to Old Fisherman's Wharf. We got to see otters out in the bay lying on their backs, floating in the water, and lots of sea lions and pelicans. See attached pics. It was another lovely sunny day so very enjoyable walking along, snapping a few pics now and again. We finished off ...
... and eerie at the same time. Once we reached 1-15, we had to deal with an interstate highway, which was truly CA style driving – nonstop congestion. We finally freed ourselves of the highway and moved on to a beautiful road with rolling hills, tight turns and farms. Michael was in his driving element (it would have been better for the rest of the family he did not treat our Honda Odyssey like a Porsche) until the boys felt ...
In the morning, we got up and enjoyed our view of Morro Bay and the ocean. In the bay was a huge beautiful rock. We decided to pack up the campsite and go for a short walk on the beach and take some pictures of the bay. We walked out to the water line and were both amazed at the number of sand dollars washed up. They ranged from all sizes, some alive and some dead. We collected several sand dollars and seashells, and then headed back to the car to continue on our way north. ...
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