The GDB is finally pointed east. It’s time to get back home. I miss my house, my peeps and my pup (who, as you can see, is not into cuddling).
To think I left home on New Year's Eve and here it is mid-April!
After one last happy hour with the gang last night, we say our goodbyes. Until this summer, that is. When there is certain to be more of this
|Karl Strauss Brewery in La Jolla|
San Diego was a blast but I'm ready to leave the congestion behind and head out for the highway. I'm back in Alpine tonight where it's blessedly quiet.
I’ll long remember the glorious views from our hike around the Torrey Pines Nature Reserve. [See also Gayle’s write-up that includes an unforgettable Sea Lion pic].
|Gayle and Suzanne|
|Jim takes his best shot.|
The Torrey Pine species is found in only 2 places on the planet and provides an ideal example of how Nature does things in Her own perfect time.
Speaking of nature, this is what happens when hikers have to pee.
Now for something completely unnatural.
We visit the Gliderport situated atop Torrey Pines' famed bluffs. It is quite a sight watching these daring souls take off and land.
And so we come to one last night on the town.
The Hamburger Altar is a good sign we are in the right place.
I order the 50% beef 50% Bacon Burger with 3 toppings - Vampire Sauce, Cole Slaw, and Fritos.
Our waiter is fascinated by this group of nomads. He wants to know if we all travel in the same RV. Debbie explains that, yes, we are Jim's sister-wives. Too funny!
Untill next time!