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... smaller buildings we walked around for a bit then caught the bus back down to the visitor centre and got back on the road. Next stop Pismo Beach. We got there and hoped to find a reasonably priced hotel. No luck so made our way to Santa Maria and found a Motel 6 after pricing a few others. We checked the room before we paid as it was almost half the price of everywhere else. We decided it was clean and all we needed. We want for dinner then got a early ...
... 28 miles, Tuesday was a 27 mile ride and today another 27 miles.
I decided to upgrade my bike a little with new pedals, clip on type, and a new pair of riding shoes. I figured I would need them with all the riding I have been doing.
I am looking forward to adding a lot of miles to my rides this year. Certainly enjoying the weather here. Life is good. ...
... needed double and triple A batteries as well as a new 32g micro SD card for the 'helmet cam'. We had intended to drop by Applebees to grab a bite to eat BUT never could find a parking space so we had to settle for the upscale Taco Bell. Fitting for this EXCITING day.
To add even more excitement to the day we went back to the coach and watched Satellite TV until the wee hours of the morning. A little Jack Single Barrel and slept like a baby.
It is indeed the calm before the storm, as final preparations are made (like packing) before our flight tomorrow just before 6 pm. Matt and I are a melting pot of emotions; having very recently come off of graduating from San Luis Obispo High School, we're ecstatic yet bittersweet, and nervously thrilled for this great adventure.
We will [hopefully] be updating this blog daily, so stay in touch and be a part of our awesome summer extravaganza!
... an outlaw that terrorized the Sierra Foothills from 1856 through 1859. Dick was not enamored by the term "outlaw" much preferring to be known as the "Pirate of the Placers". Dick met his maker at the hands of another.
We travel through Sacramento, Capital of Kali-fornia (just under 500,000 souls). When traveling through this bastion of "progressive thinkers" we are surrounded by two types of vehicles, smart cars/hybrids and big rig trucks. The little guys like to drive ...