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... long hill of the tour. Supposedly, according to Professor Profile, the difference between this hill and yesterday's was that this one was just very long (fourteen miles) but not excessively steep. With another 'final hill' selfie taken, we sped down the other side, nudging 40mph at times. At the bottom, we had the pleasure of rejoining the 101 but then the displeasure of seeing the 'strong gusts for 2 miles' sign. Permanent signs like that ...
... cheese and for dessert, some chocolate chips cookies and Cadbury Mini Eggs (the first thing that the museum has collected is bird eggs!). It was a pretty pleasant first day.
From March 12th to now, I have experienced many varied tasks at the museum and I have to say that I really like what I am doing. I appreciate the fact that every single day is a different day with different tasks. For instance, I have worked in the museum store, helped to set up an ...
... between the boats we decided to head on to Santa Barbara. It was 35 miles and at least 6 hours away but our choices were limited and the wind was at our backs.
There's another old saying in this business. It goes "Gentlemen don't sail to windward." What it speaks to is when you sail to windward (into the wind) the boat heels (leans) over and pounds through the waves. The ride is rough. Since the boat is at an angle ...
... the parents to talk and enjoy a glass or two. Or three. We had a fantastic time, and the kids played "cops and robbers" with some other kids there, who were fun and kind to Myles, even though they were older. All had a great time and it was difficult to leave.
I stayed up with Pete and Martine talking until late, and Sam wisely went to bed since he has lots of driving to do tomorrow!
... the music down. Needless to say it took us ages to fall asleep. The owners were very apologetic the next morning, but it wasn't their fault.
The next morning we moved on to Seaside, a small town next to Monterey, as this is where Terry's mother and brother live. We checked in to a motel near their home and spent the day with them. Obviously a family visit is not the stuff for blogs so I will not bother you with all those details. It was good to ...