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... this didn't stop us and after signing on the dotted line we were on our way, well after the guy showed us how to work the car! As Colm is older, he was down as the main driver, so I was on map duty (you guys must be thinking oh dear and you would be right!) Colm is the map man and I normally drive back home. This journey was going to be interesting to say the least! We were planning on sharing the driving as well so we would both experience the thrill.
We hadn't ...
... to some of the rides - going on rides that she never would have even contemplated recently. Good for her! Our last day on the trip was actually a pretty casual day where we went down to Santa Monica Pier, caught the 'end of Route 66', dipped my feet in the Pacific Ocean, and wandered along the Mall, with some final shopping. And so ends five weeks of tripping around and across USA. What a time!!! We've ...
... I should call in an hour or so, and he "check in is at 4" I guess some hotels don't allow early check in even if the room is ready. Went for a wander around town. Santa Barbara is a very prosperous town by the looks. Very high end shops, lots of flashy cars, and flashy people. Also, LOTS of English people everywhere! I was still in the mood for some English food, and past a place with big union flags outside. Wasn't sure if I should risk it, but hey ho, what's the ...
... We then stopped in the local farmers market on our way out, which was incredible we wish we had something as nice close to us at home. The market had lovely fresh fruit, bakery, food ingredients (pasta, sauces, pickles etc) we brought some very nice strawberries. There was also a BBQ set up outside and families would chill out for the afternoon it was a cool farmers market. We then drove again and came across a place called Morro bay late ...
... and each other. Devin was cheerful and full of beans and had his helper wheel into the garden and up and down the street even though it was in the high 90s F. We had time to check out their garden with lots of fruit trees and flowers and many Curry leaf trees surviving the dry LA climate.
Got started on our cost road trip back towards San Francisco. The northern side of LA seems reasonably lush under irrigation. We passed many farms. Pulled ...