Our youngest daughter and grandson are here from New Zealand visiting us in Orange County. It always amazes me how she can automatically switch to driving on the right side of the road. Those of you who read my previous post, Plumbird in New Zealand, written when I was visiting New Zealand last April, may remember that I never drove while I was there. I’m just not sure about driving on the left side of the road, not to mention all of the roundabouts. Above you can see her navigating the I-5 south to San Clemente, as if she had never left home.First stop was the Rip Curl outlet for, you guessed it, board shorts. Cole made some purchases, and I found a great deal on the sale rack and ended up with one more pair. Then on to Pedro’s Tacos. Another favorite stop, and just across the parking lot from The Sugar Shack, where Martin and I ate two weeks ago.While at Pedro’s our grandson found an American dime and here he’s studying his newly-found treasure.
After a delicious lunch of soft tacos and quesadillas we headed home. It was a fun day, but I think I’d better stay away from the Rip Curl outlet for awhile.