July 12

Half Moon Bay

We head over to the beach in Half Moon Bay (the public beach at the end of Poplar Road). The beach was getting full before noon and the skies were still foggy, but by 12:30pm or so the fog burned off and it warmed up quickly. We were not really prepared for being out in the sun for too long, so we headed into town to browse through stores, like our favorite “Have to Have It”.

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