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... hoping she saw us, then finally we found her. We went on a quick drive by tour of Santa Barbara. We would have loved to have spent more time here, but from what we could tell & what Sally told us, there isn't an attraction to the town as such, apart from the coastal vibe & typical coast things, and lots of shopping and dining. It is a very quaint little town with a large Spanish influence; many white rendered buildings with big arch ways and terracotta tile roofs. ...
... 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 ...
The Way to the Warm
Jan, 6 – 12, 2014
Welcome to the rainy US – I-94:
Only one excitement in the day: since we already left Comox on Monday evening and stayed in Nanaimo, so we were the first to drive onto the ferry – we arrived at the Peace Arch Border: where as we guessed, got an orange slip for 'secondary check' – Paul suspected ...
... in Lenox, Massachusetts near where Irma and I go to our timeshare. It is called the Kripalu Center. The first time we went there as soon as I got out of the car in the lot and looked at the building I said "This was built as a Catholic seminary". Sure enough, it was a Jesuit seminary. Well, the Pacifica Graduate Institute is the same deal - it was a Jesuit novitiate. The buildings have "Salve Regina's" and ...
... was huge) and very happy - I was shocked to hear some older people coming off the boat grumbling about how windy it had been and how long they had to watch before a whale was spotted, as if they had expected them to be hoisted out of the water for their inspection, rather than being grateful for having seen something so rare and special.
That evening we enjoyed a great meal at Domenico's on the Wharf, with amazing views of the harbour seals just a ...