Fern River Resort Motel
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Didn't hurry to get going and both slept well. Then to breakfast at The Boulanger Bakery, for ham and cheese croussant and a cappaccino. Was asked "Do want it wet or dry?". Vacant looks......hmm what does that mean? Answer: Wet is with more milk, and dry with more coffee. Chose wet and it was nice. Another lovely day and we're looking forward to going to Google Headquarters for lunch to meet Chris and look around. ...
Beautiful drive down the 280 to Felton to catch up with my old school buddy, Don Lobete and his wife Ronnie who have lived in Felton near Santa Cruz for 14 or so years. Famous for the giant redwoods at Henry Cowell Redwood State Park which we spent the morning hiking around. Incredible size to these freaks of nature with some thousands of years old. Enjoyed a great lunch and a few local beers at Chamanaide which overlooks the Santa Cruz area. Parted ways with Don and Ronnie and set ...
... chill for the day. Plus it’s cold! There were no Frisbees or footballs or kites in sight. However, the waves are astounding – even on Monterey Bay! – and the views are incredible. People don’t come to the ocean here to sit out and soak in the sun, they come here to experience nature. Folks from California probably find the beaches on the east coast pretty dull, until they feel the water! Then it’s a whole different ...
... and it has been beautiful!!! How Paul pulled this trailer down that coast road I will never know !!! I was nervous and I was not even driving! I am going to try and attach a few pictures but my word!!! Anyone faint of heart should stay away- beautiful but narrow roads very very high up and hardly any side rails!! Amazing!!! Two days ago we took the ferry into San Francisco and we saw a sign that said 30 minute walk ...
... and head out for our Whale Watching Tour at 5:30 pm.
As we made our way to our appointment through Fisherman's Wharf, a group of fudge and t-shirt shops on the bay, Tim bought a coat to wear on board the boat. He would have frozen otherwise as the temperature had continued to fall and clouds filled the skies. We all got our tickets for the 5:30 sailing, checked in and climbed aboard the Sea Wolf II ...