Impulse Cruising Again

Vessel Name: Impulse
Vessel Make/Model: Catalina 350
Hailing Port: Langhorne PA
Crew: Bill & Mary
02 August 2021 | Punta Gorda, FL
31 July 2021 | Slidell, Louisiana
30 July 2021 | Eunice, Louisiana
29 July 2021 | San Antonio, TX
28 July 2021 | San Angelo, Texas
27 July 2021 | Santa Fe, New Mexico
26 July 2021 | Albuquerque, NM
25 July 2021 | Flagstaff, AZ
24 July 2021 | Tropic, Utah
23 July 2021 | Saint George, Utah
22 July 2021 | Saint George, Utah
21 July 2021 | Las Vegas, NV
19 July 2021 | Bakersfield, CA
17 July 2021 | Hermosa Beach, CA
16 July 2021 | San Diego, CA
15 July 2021 | San Diego, SA
14 July 2021 | La Quinta, California
13 July 2021 | La Quinta, California
12 July 2021 | La Quinta, California
11 July 2021 | Hermosa Beach, CA
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02 August 2021 | Punta Gorda, FL

Our Last Night on the Road!

Not much to report for yesterday - Bill drove and drove and drove. We left Slidell, Louisiana and stopped for the night in Lake City, FL. I had wanted to stop at Florida Caverns State Park but the tickets for the tour of the caverns are first come, first served and as we neared I called and we [...]

31 July 2021 | Slidell, Louisiana

It Was a Creole Soap Opera!

We left our room and headed out - it was not a good night's sleep. The AC went on and off all night and there was lots of noise from cars and voices, coming and going. We headed for the Laura Plantation in Vacherie, Louisiana for a tour. First, a stop at King's Truck Stop for a good Southern [...]

30 July 2021 | Eunice, Louisiana

Adios Alamo

We woke up and packed up and put our things in the car in the parking garage, then walked to The Alamo. We hadn't made reservations so we would have to wait until later in the day to enter the building, but anyone can tour the grounds any time so we did that. It was much bigger than we thought! [...]

29 July 2021 | San Antonio, TX

Walking Around San Antonio!

We left San Angelo this morning and headed to San Antonio. Rolling green hills surrounded us most of the trip - farms, pastures, and trees. Very different than southern Texas we saw driving west!

28 July 2021 | San Angelo, Texas

Covering Some Miles!

Happy 90th Birthday, Mom! I'm sorry I'm not with her, but we did celebrate in June with the whole family. Fortunately, brother Carl and Nikki are with her to help her celebrate today with a lobster dinner! Her favorite.

27 July 2021 | Santa Fe, New Mexico

Learning About New Mexico

We left the hotel and stopped at McDonald's for breakfast and were on our way. Less than an hour later we were in Santa Fe, so we found our hotel and then headed to Jiffy Lube to get the oil changed - yes, it has been 5000 miles as of today! The oil change was jiffy, so we went to the Santa Fe [...]

Touring the Town

16 July 2021 | San Diego, CA
Mary Yeomans | 75 degrees, sunny
After a hotel breakfast we caught up on some phone calls and emails and then caught the Old Town Trolley for a 2 hour tour of San Diego. There was a very tall bridge to Coronado and Bill was not too comfortable with that in either direction, but we made it. Coronado is a town off of San Diego.
We got off the trolley in Old Town, which is a state park with reconstructed or renovated buildings that are the same as the original settlement. There were many vendors and shops around the perimeter, so there was some shopping to be done! We toured a few old buildings and read many plaques explaining how things were. Bill found the pizza oven he's been looking for! :-) It occurred to me that this is what elementary students learn here rather than what I, and my kids, learned - all about William Penn, Ben Franklin, and early Philadelphia history.
We stopped at Barra Barra Saloon for lunch and the Mexican food was wonderful. Bill had fajitas and I had a combo platter - way too much food! - and the tamales with pork were amazing. More walking to the trolley and back to the hotel for some rest...
We took Lyft to Embarcadero - a sidewalk that runs along San Diego Bay - and sat on steps to enjoy people and boat watching while sipping some vodka and tonics we brought with us. Fish Market was a 1.5 hr wait so we walked a few blocks to Little Italy and ate at Farmers Table. The food was fantastic! My best meal so far - I had a carbonara dish and Bill had oxtail ravioli. We took a Lyft back to the hotel and called it a night!
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