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Monterey, California : Travel

I loved my visit to Monterey, California for Andy & Kara’s wedding.  It was such a switch from my arid, hot Arizona in the middle of July.  Every morning I was greeted by the sound of sea gulls flying over head and we stayed close enough to the ocean that we could even hear sea lions barking.  There was a thick fog every morning that burned off around lunch time and returned in time for dinner.  I really enjoyed the humdity that came with the fog but it instantly transfomed my hair into something resembling a puff ball.  I won’t be sharing pics of that but I did want to share some pics of the things that caught my eye in beautiful Monterey.

First up, flowers grow very well there   

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I caught this busy bee early one morning

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At the beach, notice the fog

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Starfish, I’d only seen star fish in aquariums prior to this

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a little gift from the sea

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We were only about a football field’s length from Fishermans Wharf. :)  It wasn’t as big as Fishermans Wharf in San Francisco but it was still lively and fun.  One of things I liked best was the Navy ship not far away

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The houseboat captured my eye

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Couldn’t resist this little pup, I felt a kinship with him, we were sportin’ very similar hairstyles. :) 

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There was a man named George who had his beautiful exotic birds set up for people to hold for a small fee

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I don’t think it was ever in this crab’s plans to wear a lemon crown

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Sea Lions:)

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If you would like to see more of what caught my eye click the slideshow below

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