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Sunday, July 31, 2011

July 12 - Part 1 - Riding Route 1 Along The Pacific Coast... BREATH TAKING!

Hugs all around and we were off.  What a great host Jerry was.  Even Cooper was welcomed in all his puppy glory.

A quick stop at Wal*Mart was necessary, the we were on our way.  We rode a ways, but became hungry for an early lunch.  There was a strawberry stand at a gas station.  For $5 we got 3 pints of strawberries and ate half for lunch.  Cooper smelled his surroundings and peed on the important things as I snapped pictures of a strange flower on a bush close by. 

We met some other bikers who took Cooper's picture and I gave them Cooper's card.  We talked for a little while, then they rode on.  We finished eating our fill of strawberries and rode on too.

We traveled Route 1 along the coast for the rest of the day.  The scenery was amazing.  

We saw some of the most beautiful scenery I've ever seen.  

We rode some of the greatest motorcycle roads I've ridden in a long time.  What a day!  

Cooper's nose was in the air a lot just taking it all in as my camera did the same as I blindly clicked in every direction hoping to get some great shots to show.  

I used up the battery on my camera AND my cell phone with all my clicking.

The temp never got above the mid-60*s so we called an earlier end to our riding than we had planned.  We were all cold and started to shiver when we stopped to get gas.  We decided to stop for the night and get warm and fed and get some sleep so we could get out in the morning and see what we had in store for us next.

311 Miles

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