Motel Santa Cruz
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Arriving in Santa Cruz,we just went over the road to Denny's for an easy dinner. In the morning, I took the girls on two mystery tours......places I had heard about nearby. The first was the Mystery Spot....a local tourist attraction which is set in the forest and is basically a wooden cabin that supposedly slid down the mountain side and came to rest at a strange angle. The angles of the cabin are all strange compared to ...
... We want to see San Antonio and visit friends in Houston.After that we'll head north. Riley is very excited. He has 2 new friends that are coming along. Amy gave us Frieda and Fred the flamingos. You can see them in the picture below. Apparently airstreams love flamingos. Next you hear from us we'll be on the road. Our buddy ex marine is coming by to house ...
... everything else they had done for us.
Coincidently the time we were in Perth AFL Grand final was taking place between Fremantle and the Hawthorns held at Fremantle. It was the first time the final had been held at Fremantle for so,etching like 25years so the whole city was alive with purple flashes along every street corner and building facade. We went into the city centre to try watch the game on the big screens and the atmosphere was great. Fremantle got their ***** kicked but ...
... nice people to sit and chat with in the morning. Then we spent the day like California beach bums. We packed up some water bottles, blankets, and books and headed to the beach. Very different from our other beach experiences of general seclusion, this was a hopping beach. There was a beach volleyball tournament happening on the at least ten sand courts. The boardwalk is actually a very large indoor arcade which opens into an amusement park with roller coasters ...
... all due to the types of clay. It’s apt that one of the places is called the painted hills. We took several hikes through these places; enduring the heat of the late afternoons (around the mid nineties). Note in the photos the countless layers of geological history spanning hundreds of millions of years,
all exposed by erosion. It is said to be one of the best fossil fields in the