Sunday, April 10, 2005

Sunset at the beach...

We decided to spend another night here at Silver Strand. The place cleared out today, and we were able to move up to a beach-front spot, just as our visitors arrived (see previous post, by Louise). That put us in an excellent spot for tonight's sunset, which was spectacular. Generally, there are low clouds on the horizon that preclude actually seeing the sun set, and this has been the case for us all along the coast, until tonight, when we actually got to see the sun drop below the horizon.

Just after sunset, we witnessed Carnival's Spirit sailing out of San Diego Bay on her way to the Mexican Riviera. (Well, OK, I could see it was a Carnival ship, and I looked up the departure on-line to find out which one.)

We otherwise had a quiet and uneventful day here. Things are much quieter tonight since the party folks left early this afternoon.

Tomorrow we will head east, toward Anza-Borrego State Park.

1 comment:

  1. It was a treat to meet you. Woody talked about you and your rig for the rest of the day. We've never gone to meet any of the bloggers we follow. So, you're the first! Happy trails!



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