Red Roof Inn Lompoc
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I wanted to wrap up the new year with my longest ride of the year. I decided to ride from Rob's over the hills to Vandenberg AFB. It was a tough 11 miles getting over the coastal range but I made it.
After a 10 mile tour of the base, I still had the return ride.
A total of 32 miles on this ride putting my year at 688 miles.
I think I will shoot for a 1,000 mile year in 2014. ...
A lazy morning start we headed off to the coast still a bit chilly today hoping it will reach 20 by midday.
We drove to the beach at Lompoc only or find out it was closed due to bird nesting season .... it was next to US. Air base fields, all the other beaches are closed because of that air base. So we headed north, to Pismo beach a very long way.
... wine…it was that or a coonskin bottle topper, which Harlan wasn’t too thrilled about. As we were sipping the wines, a bird dog ran in from outside and bounded up the stairs. A few minutes later down the stairs he came, trotted over to the double doors that were closed, jumped on one, pushed it open and out he ran. We laughed thinking Aragon would do something like that. Tia would have used her snout to push it open, like she ...
... the year with clear, warm days and cool nights. Average temperatures vary between 54 and 76 F with highs reaching the upper 80s F and winter lows in the 40s F. Average annual rainfall for Solvang (recorded between 1964 and 2010) is 19.31
History ~ The beginnings
The Santa Ynez Valley in which Solvang lies today was originally inhabited by the Chumash, identified by Fr. Pedro Font, chaplain of the 1776 Anza Expedition, as an ...
... gets us.We might be lucky and get all the way to Barstow but the forecast from about noon on is 90 degrees.Trouble is we have too much information - it may have been twice that in Mongolimamahama but we didn't know it.We are carrying enough water to irrigate most of the Mojave,including a bottle of West Coast seawater that is destined for the East Coast.They're short over there.So dear reader enough of this lazing around - lets hit the road.