had a great stay in Morro Bay. The
weather was very calm, and fog lifted so sunny every day. Rob and I remark on the friendliness of all
boaters on the docks, power and sail. In
this different mode, we learn life stories and cruising plans in a few exchanges. It’s fun to be able to say “see you on the
waters”, and look for them later at one of our future stops. I’m not as good with names, so we rely on memorizing boat names and the faces that go along with them.
We borrowed some beach cruisers from the power boat we've tied up to, and went on errands one morning. Stops included Health food store, barber shop for Rob and a longer trek to the local hardware store. Still getting used to not having a car or two!
|Umberto and Morro Rock|
|Nancy and Josh |
|One Mahi Mahi Taco |
Our friend Josh lives nearby and we’ve shared dinners with him and his friend Carol, once aboard
Shindig, and once out at a favorite place called Taco Temple.
The tacos are fresh seafood, and resemble
more of a giant plate of salad, fish and tortillas. I'm plotting a return today when our friends Kate and Tony visit.
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