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... downhill from now on, it got worse, we still went up and up and up. We were on our last small bottle of water and taking little sips as we didn’t realise just how long this loop was.
We finally see the light and start to feel like we’re heading down the mountain, and as we do get to the bottom we look down at our feet and they’re black. We are so dirty from the dry dirt kicking up and sticking to our legs from the ...
On our day trip with Bill and Clemente we hit three spots the last of which was Santa Barbara. The guys remember when there were as many as eight different antique shops on the main drag. This trip, the city is down to one. It was chock a block full of goodies but not what we were searching for.
It was really on a whim, but we thought we would do what cousin Kay and husband Brian do on their adventures. We searched through all the record albums to see if we could track ...
... and a happy flight. We landed in Frankfurt(er) Germany about 20 mintues ago. Lynda immediately sprung for the "die bretzel"--when in Rome I guess. We have a three hour layover before the second leg of our adventure begins.
"Immer frisch im Kopf"-- I have no idea what that means but it is on the back of the bottle of water I am currently drinking. ...
... me. Then I thought that pulling a pop up would be a good option but Paula and Isabelle nixed that idea on the basis of access for Matt (Paula) and lacking style (not cool enough for Izze).
So we ended up using our humble, little Honda Odyssey with a cargo container on top and a rack on the back folded up against the back of the car to carry our load.
It shouldn't be a surprise to me, but after over 2 weeks on the ...
... set up in perfect rows that looked so organized!
At this point we were actually in the same wine country as Miles and Jack in the movie Sideways. We decided to stop for a quick pic at the Windmill Inn, in Buellton. Good times!
We were getting hungry for lunch so we continued to Pismo beach for some fish tacos. There were some surfers and we were excited to see another beach.
We then continued on to Cambria, a cute little town with more shops and restaurants. ...
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