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... Church was great. Then Dave and I ate at Taco Bell before heading back to Pinto lake. I usually take naps on Sundays and felt it coming over me as we drove. Plus, I was exhausted from our action crammed day in San Francisco so I slept for a few hours while he fished. I was experiencing super sharp shooting pains throughout my legs since last night I guess from the intense ...
... baking me. The church was a block away and it was mostly made up of the homeless community. What a cool thing to see. Their mission is the homeless and although I couldn't stay for the whole service, it looked legit. I had to catch the bus to Boulder Creek for the gardening job I had I been doing before my truck broke down. After an hour bus ride, I got there and she a list all ready for me for the next few days of what she needed done. I was really excited about ...
... a look at their pro shop. Pete bought a couple of golf balls and he got given a blank scorecard and pencil when we hopped back on the bus. As we were leaving we saw some black tailed deer that roam the golf course.
At our next stop we had squirrels coming up to us wanting food. I dint particularly like the houses that we saw when we left the gated community. They are multi multi million dollars homes because they are built right across ...
... into the campground together.
We had 2 campsites next to each other while Clayton/Jen had one on another loop. As Jen had recently decided that they would stay in a nearby hotel as Fynn was so little, their campsite went empty. Then, as it turned out, Zoey was really sick, throwing up; good thing they had a hotel.
We sat around the campground and then the beach on Sat. just vegeing out. Unfortunately, Clayton had to do a bunch ...
... tomatoes, lettuce, peppers, a kale like crop amongst the many we saw. the tomato fields went on for mile after mile. huge tracts of tomato plants. we saw truck loads of them being taken away from the fields and some pretty big machinery scooping them up from the ground. our westward route then took us through an area with a different crop; oil. passing through the appropriately named town of ...