Motel 6 Santa Barbara - Carpinteria South
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There was time for one more vineyard - Edna Valley - which had a wonderful position. They're owned by Gallo so we hoped some of their excellent wines would be available in the UK. We took the California 1 highway which took us through some pretty deadly scenery, mostly industrial or agricultural so quickly switched to the faster 101. Within an hour …
... a baseball jacket and second and third place were something along that line. Rick, always the quick thinker, realized that "A," he could afford a couple of bucks and "B," he didn't need these prizes nor would he be around to collect when the winning ticket was drawn. He pulled three bucks out of his wallet and gave one to the baseball player and two to the sister, who had an even younger and shyer brother hiding behind her. Rick told them ...
After the windy stay Gaviota State park today was making my way through Santa Barbara and other towns. It was nice not to have a long ride today only 49 miles. Walk on the beach a warm shower and a cold beer and the day is done. Got chance to catch up on my email at Starbucks, a favorite spot to get some caffiene & check my email. What a surprise to see a blurb about me & my ride in the Adventure Cycling e-newsleter that my wife Nina put in. It made my day but also missing home. ...
... and that I could lay down in the car while the kids skated for a while.
They were having so much fun, it was hard to tell them that we had to go, but at 5:30pm we left for the last part of the drive which is 67.7 miles. But anyone who has ever driven on the 5 or 405 knows good and darn well that it's not likely to be a straight shot. We arrive home in 2 and 1/2 hours and I walked straight up stairs to bed.
... of home. Looked to me like a big bird cage. When the Big Day came, Alan collected his final check, had a huge kick-ass party (that I was not invited to) and drank more beer.
When the following Monday came around Alan went out to his RV and started “fixing” things. leaving me alone in the house, in my cage. This continued for quite some time – he rarely made time for me, and that woman would drag him out to Happy Hour nearly every ...
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Woken early by someone trying to get into my room. I also begrudge paying $2.99 for wi-fi.
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