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Friday, 01 October 2021



interesting island, thanks for sharing!


It was very interesting Kat!

Kenneth Bonus

Surely there is a Chinese recipe for seagull? As far I'm concerned, they're just rats with wings. Interesting story about the islands.


Maybe you'd like to try this one I found here Ken!

"Bring to the boil a seagull with a brick
If the brick is cooked then throw the gull away."


So pretty! Some of the views and the rock formations look like they could be Capri. The beef empanadas and the fried yucca are calling me.


Yes, the beef empanadas were quite good....and it's hard to go wrong with yucca frita Joy! Anacapa was an interesting place to explore.

Kenneth Bonus

Ha ha ha! That's brilliant. But maybe with enough bacon you could gag one down......


Not sure how much bacon we'd need Ken! I cracked up when I read that "recipe"!


Lovely island. That's good you are still going on vacation.


Well Soo, this was back in the middle of July.


I'll need to add this to my bucket list. I went to Catalina Island a few weeks ago. The seagulls did some damage to our food bag while we were at the beach during the day! Then the deer and fox managed to open our coolers and help themselves overnight.


They actually have Bear Boxes at the camping sites Junichi! I hear that spring is a wonderful time to visit....not too many seagulls running the show. ;o)

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