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... br> Such a good run that Jonathan jumped in the shower when we got back.
Lunch was a smorgasbord to be turned into wraps and sandwiches - a great feast again - and then it was time for the beach.
Bill declined but Margie, Robyn and Jonathan headed to the shore, where the water was a bit rougher than yesterday. Jonathan got up to his knees, Robyn to her waist, and Margie went for a swim, and returned for a go with the ...
Race time was bright and early at 7am. While it was chilly, I was glad that we ran and beat the heat.
The race itself was beautiful. We ran along the coastline for much of it. I only wish I hadn't been in so much pain so I could have enjoyed the views a little more. I was the happiest when it was over-- I didn't get a PR but at least we all made it.
We had all these plans to sightsee and have adventures after the race, ...
California dreaming II......... As we headed to Monterey we stopped off at the Santa Cruz Broad-walk the boys said we have now done both an East & West coast broad-walk. Nathan said Coney Island was his favourite can't think why! : ) We arrived into Monterey & liked vibe of the wharf it was calmer & less commercialised than Pier 39, more our kind of place. Not long after arriving we kept seeing Porsche after Porsche but the end of our visit the boys ...
... went in to get a better look and with Dave’s urging, ended up getting it. It is so pretty.
After that we continued walking up to Lover's Point and then drove to Carmel by the Beach. It is such a cute little downtown area and the homes there are so unique and gorgeous. Not huge really, but so much character in each one and the views of the beach were amazing. They happened to be having a small farmer’s market when we got there so we checked it out. We shared ...
... one. He agreed and for the next few hours, i asked him every question that popped into my head all the way from farming to life in the 1960's. It would have been a shame to let time go by and not learn anything so I had to. We spent some time getting lunch in Santa Cruz and left with a few free things like kraut, hemp balm and cookies. He dropped me off near San Francisco and I spent Thanksgiving with a few new friends I'd met at a church in Belmont. They didn't ...