The adventure… part 12; Breaking it down…

For those of you unfamiliar with the coast of California, and because I am, as usual, not doing these specifically in chronological order, I will give a brief overview.

Day 1. Still in San Diego. Did that zoo experience and got to pet a zebra, feed flamingos, and feed a rhino…

Day 2. Spent all day near Los Angeles with my cousin and her husband and the three delightful little cousins. I ran out of pictures, so here is a random flower picture from the adventure…

Day 3. Up early, Met a miniature horse and had breakfast in the Danish town of Solvang, then on to Moro Bay, which is where all the otter photos were taken…

Day 4. Up early, traveling the coast going North. Stopped and got pictures of the elephant seals. I also pulled over at every scenic outlook and took photos, so this is where most of the wild cliff pictures are from. Had lunch in Big Sur in the redwoods. Reached Monterey…

Got up early, had some adventures, slipped on a slimly rock taking tidepool pictures and twisted both ankles and my right knee. Hey, nobody said adventurers were easy…

Moved on to the Bay Area, met some old friends, both expected and unexpected…

The rest. I spent a couple days in the Bay Area, and that covers the overview. Now we just need to finish up with all the photos and stories, but at least you will have an idea where it all took place.

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8 Responses to The adventure… part 12; Breaking it down…

  1. bwcarey says:

    adventure of the soul, sounds like a scene from, home for a soul, the seven day journey every worthy Spirit is given, according to the prophets, soul tours incorporate, good idea friend, the soul bit is in Ezekiel, the prophet, he mentions the trump et thing too, only awhile back and all that confusion too, written as a sign of the times, cheers

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