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... situated in this part of the world. Wineries were everywhere. By early afternoon we made it to the charming Danish-style town of Solvang. Solvang was founded in 1911 by a group of Danish immigrants who had tired of the cold of the midwest and ventured west. Hard to believe with the present affluence of Denmark, but between 1835 and 1930, approximately one in ten Danes emigrated, mostly to the U.S. due to poor economic conditions at home. In present day Solvang ...
... former home lies ten miles to the north and Solvang was his favourite town. I went exploring this pretty little town with windmills, statues horse & carts, bakeries. It almost felt like you were in another world. I had a Subway as there were little choice for Vegetarians, I also bought some cookies and Danish pastry from Solvang Bakery for later.
Then the bus was on the highway and I was lucky to get last 3 free seats at ...
... probably 12cms. They were pretty tough old blue gums, because they are so close to the ocean, the closer trees are dying off, because of the salt spray- well that's what we think! So now I have seen the butterflies, we can go home and I would be happy. But not really, tomorrow I think we are going to hire a car and head off to Yosemite.
Along the way to Goleto, we passed heaps of shops, one with a window offering pepper spray, tasers and guns. I guess we really are in ...
... the family showed up for a trip to Solvang for some good beer, good food and family fun.
It was great getting to know Aurora's family and being able to spend the day with them. There are several winery tasting rooms in Solvang, so there will be another trip to that town soon. ...
... between the boats we decided to head on to Santa Barbara. It was 35 miles and at least 6 hours away but our choices were limited and the wind was at our backs.
There's another old saying in this business. It goes "Gentlemen don't sail to windward." What it speaks to is when you sail to windward (into the wind) the boat heels (leans) over and pounds through the waves. The ride is rough. Since the boat is at an angle ...