Orzi De Montecito
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I enjoyed the view of the countryside at Courtney's & Damon one more time before I took off over San Marcos Pass. I pass lake Cachuma and on the way towards Santa Barbara I can see the fog out in the ocean and behind that the Channel Islands. This is quite a special view. In Montecito Tyler, Jenny, Kylie, Kira and James are ...
... br> When I met Paula in 1989, although I was a traveling captain, home was a place Berkeley and Jody owned in Lauderdale By The Sea. Berkeley owned a series of very fast, impractical boats through the years, some of which lived on a lift on the canal in the back yard just off the Inner-coastal. There were quite a few adventures back then, such as tubing behind a 60 mph Cigarette boat and almost killing Paula wake jumping (at much ...
... I write) we have only eaten fast food once. Paula had made salads and sandwiches to our delight, while sitting on a back seat with a cutting board, chef's knife and a cooler full of healthy food. Paula is the master of making something yummy out of what most people consider paltry supplies.
Therefore, if you ever consider doing a cross-country trek, also consider bringing along a very gifted and flexible chef.
... do not know what more you can ask for: sushi, a gorgeous sunset, living on the beach for a few days, perfect sunny weather, and your BFF. It was absolutely my idea of heaven. The next day, we decided we could not afford to leave our beauty of a campsite, and spent the entire day lazing around. I went for my first run in many months, and then spent the day reading and watching the wildlife swimming by. We walked down the beach for sunset and were just plain happy.
... cilantro and secret spices to which your choice of seafood is added. Then it is delivered to your table still boiling! You make a bed of rice on your plate then spoon the delicious ingredients onto the rice. Also brought to the table is a chili oil made from Brazilian hot peppers that you spoon onto your food if you like a little heat. Our mouths are watering just writing about it!
Next stop is Marina del Rey. Fair winds.