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73-Montery, California
@ CherieSpotting     Aug 21 2002 - 09:59 PST
cherie writes: Montery is more than just an aquarium. The sea-side town is full of restaurants and interesting things to do. Greg and I spent the weekend there and rented a 1929 Mercedes to drive up and down the coast.

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My scuba diving pictures never come out this clear.  But the sea-water in the Montery Bay Aquarium is filtered so your pictures (even though they are taken through glass) come out crystal clear.

My scuba diving pictures never come out this clear. But the sea-water in the Montery Bay Aquarium is filtered so your pictures (even though they are taken through glass) come out crystal clear.

Hammer-head sharks....I prefer it when there is glass between me and a shark.

Hammer-head sharks....I prefer it when there is glass between me and a shark.

The jelly-fish are mesmerizing.  Again, after being stung countless times in Mexico, I am over seeing them in the ocean. In the aquarium, they were my favorite "attraction".

The jelly-fish are mesmerizing. Again, after being stung countless times in Mexico, I am over seeing them in the ocean. In the aquarium, they were my favorite "attraction".

Octopus...but he's not real.  I took a picture of a picture.

Octopus...but he's not real. I took a picture of a picture.

I just snapped this picture at the right moment.  If I had waited a second later I would have taken the exact same picutre!!  Again, it is a picture of a picture!  Still, he's a cute otter.

I just snapped this picture at the right moment. If I had waited a second later I would have taken the exact same picutre!! Again, it is a picture of a picture! Still, he's a cute otter.

I took this shot on my last trip on the Space Shuttle.  (No?)  I can't figure out if it is upside down or not?

I took this shot on my last trip on the Space Shuttle. (No?) I can't figure out if it is upside down or not?

The 8th hole at Pebble Beach "Arrowhead Point".  Photo by Joanne Dost.

The 8th hole at Pebble Beach "Arrowhead Point". Photo by Joanne Dost.

I fit right it!

I fit right it!

Greg and I cruising around 17-mile drive in our rented 1929 Mercedes.

Greg and I cruising around 17-mile drive in our rented 1929 Mercedes.

The most photographed tree in the world, the "lone cypress" of Montery.

The most photographed tree in the world, the "lone cypress" of Montery.

Greg driving!

Greg driving!

I just drove into the drive-way of this house.  I figured since I had a cool car, I should have a mansion, too.  (The owners didn't see it that way!)

I just drove into the drive-way of this house. I figured since I had a cool car, I should have a mansion, too. (The owners didn't see it that way!)

One last photo of a photo!  Proof it is a fish-eat-fish world out there!

One last photo of a photo! Proof it is a fish-eat-fish world out there!