Sunny Cove Motel Apartments
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... It was busy being Memorial bank holiday weekend, everybody was out, Santa Cruz is the place to be! Santa Cruz is England version of Bournemouth / Blackpool. We lay on the beautiful golden sandy beach watching the fierce waves hit the shore. Black flags were out so swimming was not an option, some paddlers were brave enough to still give it a go though! Some waves reached 6 feet, as tall as Nathan, the paddlers could not remain standing despite ...
... next Sunday for Gary's medical appointment on Monday. We should roll into Bellingham next Tuesday. It will be a leisurely drive up North and hopefully we will be able to stay in one place two days. Driving everyday gets old fast.
We are already talking about where to go next. We want to go to Alaska, across Canada/US Border, down to Arizona and off to the East Coast. So many places to go and so much to see and do. We have managed to be in our rig for a month and it ...
... allow bikes!!! so it was on to Monterey via freeway and lunch in the upmarket towns Cannery row.
Then onto Santa Cruz escaping the freeway where possible as the wind was still strong
The hotel was opposite the jetty so strolled out and found a bar with a $6.00 margarita and Taco deal. so Tony needed 2 tacos and had to get another drink.
... a candidate) and my cousin, Wayne, to the Bayonet/ Blackhorse Golf Course before my walk. The public golf course was the site of the June 2012 PGA tournament and originally was part of Fort Ord in Seaside, California. Here is a link describing Bayonet/Blackhorse Golf Course. http://www.bayonetblackhorse.com/page.p hp?page_id=3126&name=History It’s a beautiful course, and now, one of Dick’s favorites on the peninsula. ...
... and we drove off. Apparently you don't get to see all the place as they are still living there and the thought of spending $50 and not getting the full look around put us off. Further down the road we got close and personal with a colony of elephant Lion Seals all resting on the beach. Gary was happy as it didn't cost us anything. We went onto our first dual carriage and it stayed that way for the last two hours. The speed limit is 55mph (90km) on these roads. Carmel ...