Detours: A California adventure… part 6; With friends like these, who needs anemones?

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Yes, I know it was a bad joke. Or pun… or whatever.

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I try to make my titles interesting, to increase my readership. You might also have noticed, in the title, that this is part 6 of a series. That is why I am not going to explain again why I was on this beach in Santa Cruz in Northern California.

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Because you should already know why I was there, who I was with, where I was on my way to, where I was coming from, and many other interesting details that make this a good adventure.

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You should also know that I am partial to the green anemones.

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I don’t know what this stuff is, so I call it ‘sea moss’.

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A humming bird finds the mother lode in some aloe flowers.

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I hope you like the aloe flowers…

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They are going to play an important role in an adventure I had the following day.

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That is a nice picture of some drift wood… or a drift tree…

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Soak it in… especially if you live where it is snowing.

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Hey, cousin!

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I have one more post of photos from this, the end of the first day of my three-day, detour-filled adventure.

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I hope you stick around for the rest of the story.

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Because it is worth hearing about.

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Otters!!!

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6 Responses to Detours: A California adventure… part 6; With friends like these, who needs anemones?

  1. Tiburon Girl says:

    A giraffe’s coffee would be cold by the time it reached the bottom of its throat. Ever think about that, Art? No. You only think about yourself.

  2. weggieboy says:

    I enjoy a good pun, but I bow to the Master for making one on the improbable anemone! Woo hoo!

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