We are trying to check a few things off of our bucket list before we move out of California. Less than a month from now and we will be shacking up with Miles and Caroline in Texas. We should have done some of these things before the chaos of a cross county move and major job change. So now we are trying to fit some things in over the next few weekends. I just hope we don't move and have regrets about not seeing and doing everything we wanted to in California.
I saw something the other day that said "I got all adventurous for a second and then I looked at my bank account." So true!
One thing we have been wanting to do was ride the train along the coast. Both boys love watching the train at the beach and we have never done it. So we took the Coaster to Old Town San Diego today.
Old Town is a historic state park where the city of San Diego began. They have preserved the buildings from the 1800's and it is a unique little place to have lunch and spend an afternoon.
I really wanted to steel the navy and white planters and succulents that we saw outside of one of the restaurants. They would look really good on my new door step in Texas. But we ate churros and bought some beef jerky instead.
After walking around for a few hours, but before jumping on the train home, we had lunch at Cafe Coyote (one of the dozen or so Mexican restaurants within a block of each other). It's one of those places where the old Hispanic woman is making the tortillas in the middle of the restaurant. Then they bring them to the table and they are all warm and chewy. Probably some of the best tortillas I've had. I could seriously just eat the flour tortillas as my main dish.
It was a really great Sunday afternoon in San Diego with my boys. I am sure going to miss Southern California and all that it has to offer. It is such a beautiful place and I remind myself often that we are so lucky to have lived here for the past six years. But I guess its not about where you are it's about who you are with.