|Now far ahead the Road has gone,|
And I must follow, if I can,
Pursuing it with eager feet,
Until it joins some larger way
|The Hesselbeins who we got to stay with. Wonderful and very kind people. Probably the coolest place we|
will stay for the whole trip with on of the best breakfasts (really...steak for breakfast!). Thank you very much.
|Longboarding along and a man stops us asking us to help him pick up his horse. Confused we go to help.|
Turns out he is a sculptor and is transporting these wooden horses. Kenton felt glad to help.
|Stopped at a laundromat to wash our clothing...|
|....and Kenton did some homework using a WiFi connection, a brown paper bag, and his phone.|
|Elephant Seals all over the beach. They smell terrible.|
|Realizing all I have left to eat are bananas and tortillas. A terrible and shocking moment.|
|Camping out for the night. Someone was nice enough to let us stay on their land. Thank you!|
|The daily sunscreen ritual. Sometimes Kenton doesn't tell me when I put too much on and I go all day|
looking like a ghost with sunscreen smears all over my face. And I wonder why people look at me funny.
|Our neighbors for the evening.|
|Modeling our campsite. These places really seen to be prepared for us.|
|On the road.|