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Mar 25, 2016 - Yummo!

What a perfectly, gorgeous birthday I had. Today is Good Friday, and even though I am not Catholic, it was indeed a good Friday! -- I received lots of good wishes for a happy birthday, which warms the cockles of my heart. It helps relieve the pain of getting older a bit knowing that I am loved and thought of. It also helps when I realize that everyone else is in the same boat, i.e., getting older! -- Tonight, I fixed my own version of crab melt sandwiches for dinner, which some cheese, avocado and of course the succulent crab meat on some...

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Mar 22, 2016 - Loving Spring

It worked! Our Captain let me sleep in this morning an extra hour, since we only had about 160 miles to go today. It was nice to sleep in too. And we got into camp at noon, so it really didn't set us back any. He's not really a bad guy! I was just teasin' him. -- Today's travel was enjoyable, although we can't get over the feeling that we are crawling down the highway at 55 mph. Everyone is zooming past us, even other motorhomes. -- We left Orange Grove RV and headed west to Highway 99, turned north for a bit, and then west again on...

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Jan 24, 2016 - Cruising on Highway 1

Today we headed to the coast to drive along Highway 1. We started with the scenic 17 mile drive in Pebble Beach with beautiful coastal landscape.There were numerous pull offs to enjoy the scenery. We were able to see deer,harbor seals, and numerous types of birds. All along the drive we followed the Pacific Coast with its spectacular seascapes,crashing waves and secluded beaches. After the drive we continued down Highway 1 thru Carmel By The Sea and as far as Big Sur.Most of the shoreline is protected in a series of state parks. It was a...

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Aug 16, 2015 - 8/12-8/16 Greenfield, CA.

Wednesday morning we left the Bay area. We took I680 south to 101 through San Jose and south to Greenfield, which is about 30 miles south of Salinas. We are staying at Yanks RV park. This is a new park and very beautiful, AND very windy. Thursday afternoon Tom and Mary-Ann drove into Greenfield to do a little shopping. No big box stores here but lots of smaller Mercados and such. Due to all the agriculture here, the population is primarily Hispanic. We are very grateful for all their hard work to bring these vegetables to our...

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