Econo Lodge Monterey Fairgrounds
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... people about them and the research the people there do. It was pretty fun to hear all the things they have done..one of which is attaching tracking devices to Great Whites so they can track their movement as they have little info about the sharks so far. They can detach the tabs remotely so they float up, then they can track them and collect them. According to their tacking system, one shark came ashore in LA, went to Disney Land and all sorts of places...it turns out a ...
... On the way to Fort Bragg: After crossing the Golden Gate Bridge and viewing it from the north end, we toured through Sausalito, CA. This is a beautiful and hilly city but many people live along “The Bay” shoreline where the tides come in/go out leaving a slippery looking muck behind. Their wrap-around decks and patios are elevated on piles surrounded by mud; their boats are stuck here until the next tide lifts them ...
... and it is attached to a military golf course. Josh has to make the reservations for us and it works out perfectly. It is about 15 minutes away from their house in Carmel, so it is very handy.
After getting all checked in, we drove to Josh's, Wanda's and Lilly's house. They had flowers, balloons and a big present ready for me when we ...
... layers of clothing. The next stop was only a few miles but i had got so cold I was shaking so much I was struggling to ride the bike in a straight line even with the extra layers. At the next stop was a McDonald's I never thought I would be happy to stop at one let alone enjoy ...
... very user friendly, logical and despite the traffic, everything seems to somehow flow and drivers are generally very accommodating of 'novices' such as us. Paul adapted to driving on the opposite side of the car (our passenger side) and the road quite well...I could not get my head around it so opted for the role of navigator (with the help of a GPS, of course). The Californian coastline via Route 1 was lovely, the landscape very different ...