- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Hi! After a quick swim in the morning, we flew from Las Vegas to San Francisco on Wednesday, arriving early afternoon and making our way to the hostel. We spent the afternoon and evening shopping around Union Square, particularly for warm clothes as the San Fran cool winds took us by surprise. We spent two full days in San Francisco, where we walked through Chinatown, got great views of the Bay Bridge, had a yum cha lunch and spent an ...
... of a woodpecker and a (only slightly less sketchy) picture of a hummingbird. Which are still the cutest damn things ever. I did spend about five minutes chasing around after a couple who were playing together. Ridiculously adorable. And then finally, after lots of searching on the way up, we saw a lizard! Yes! It was exciting, I promise. We even saw a bonus deer in the hills. Loving the nature. Now I just need to see a mountain lion.
On Monday I got to ...
What we did
Because we arrived in LA still needing to buy a few key things (I had only bought a pair of jandals with me so needed shoes, and neither of us had a proper camera), we spent parts of the next few days doing shopping at various places around LA. After doing this in the morning we headed to Venice Beach where the Mr and Mrs Muscle Beach 2014 competition was taking place. We had a good perve at ...
... managed to get some writing done. The food was nice and there was plenty of it. We had a main lunch, with a pudding. an ice cream, a pizza slice, then sandwiches, crisps and a choccy biscuit. Unlimited drinks saw Rich have a gin which he promptly spilt! so he moved onto beer then red wine. Chris had white and red wine and I managed a few vodkas. There was some turbulence throughout and we all got a bit numb towards the end of the ...
... up until1996. On the property is a river where salmon are seen spawning. In the forests is black bear, deer and bobcats. We saw bear claw marks on a tree and that was a worry.The two Rhodesian ridgeback dogs keep the humans safe and guarded. This is the wild woods of Washington state. It is so cold and mossy and wet and green. We head back as the sun is setting to Lisa's amazing cosy cedar home in the woods to prepare dinner.Later after dark we have a big New ...