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There is a joy in the journey,
A light we can love on the way.
There is a wonder and wildness to life,
And freedom to those who obey.
If there is one thing meant to characterize this adventure it is that it is not about the destination. Rather, it is all about the journey.
As much as I love road …
Today was brighter, albeit with some rain later on, and the town was on the beach. With the tide out, it is a vast expanse of sand. But then, this is America, where everything's bigger. Including the hangover I had from last night. Soup was served for neighbours and guests, so we were entertained first by David and Lisa, who lived opposite having downsized to just the 3 acres on retirement. He's a Vietnam vet, and fairly loud-which was totally in keeping, ...
... So over spring break, I will be going from the Grand to the Sapphire to the Crown down the California coast and ending the contract with the same Mexican cruise I've done twice now. I'll have to be dealing with embarking and disembarking three separate times, learning two new ships layouts, and coping with three different managers and teams, along with receiving three appraisals. OYE!
I AM excited to see the Cali coast though! Especially ...
Driven today = 235 miles
Total = 390 miles
Weather colder this morning but still an azure blue sky. Apparently this quite unusual for this time of year in this area so we can only be thankful. Cold to start with but warmed up through the day. First photo stop of the day was at Lake Crescent, 8 miles long and 600' deep (England's Lake Windermere 11 miles long and 219' deep and Scotland's Loch ...
Wow - it was a busy day today! The weather was a little more cooperative, although the forecast was for rain. We decided we should do our outdoor stuff before the rain did show up.
First stop was Marsh's Free Museum, where we met up with Peter. Oh my, this place brings new meaning to the words "too tacky for words"!! Every possible piece of junk, trash, and tacky souvenir is in that store. They promote it as a "museum" with a two-headed goat ...