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... Turned out to be Cod, so now we know we like Cod.
We then finished off the night with another pool comp, same teams but I played much better tonight and jack and I won 3 of the 4 games. Jack was wrapped with the result and frequently used his latest phrase for anything good happening "Bingo".
Heading to Anaheim tomorrow, via Santa Monica. Looking forward to staying somewhere for a few days in a row.
... wide open beaches, sunset over the water, birds flying, a gentle breeze blowing - what a nice way to spend the evening. Pismo beach is a large seaside town with vast expanses of sand and many restaurants and beachy type shops playing for the tourist dollar. Great clam chowder as well was had at Brads, next door to the world famous Splash and without the hour wait. A driving day today to see the local sights. Our first stop is the town of Arroyo Grande which is ...
... much. We expect to be on the road again tomorrow.
We send our love to all our family and friends in New Zealand following the earthquake. Thanks to Greg for going round to our place to check - we appreciate it and thanks to Ryan for offering to do so too.
Thinking of you all
Love Maria, Mike, Mercina and Poppy
... doing this ride. Wayne and Barb were neighbors of Julie and I in Mission Viejo for 15 years. Julie and Barb were forever volunteering to lead the girl scouts, be the soccer mom's, drive the kids to the T Street beach in San Clemente, etc...Over the years we have enjoyed a lot of rides together.
Wayne works for Shimano the international leader in cycling components...gears, breaks, wheels, etc....Shimano is a major sponsor of R2R. Wayne ...
... much more was there. Large buildings are built on the land that was sold. An interstate is put in at the edge of the property and there was tunnels collapsing when they were working on putting in the road. I can not imagine how one person could possibly have moved as much dirt as this man did in his lifetime! And, he had to go thru a layer of "hardpan" rock besides that was 8 inches thick. Hardpan is like concrete. Amazing! Simply amazing!