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Holiday Road Trip – Day Two, ‘The Mystery Spot’
by Stuart Brazell

Day Two – we cruise Santa Cruz, check out the ‘Mystery Spot’, hike Henry Cowell Park and cruise through Half Moon Bay on our way to San Francisco … with of course our usual antics!

According to their website: “The Mystery Spot is a gravitational anomaly located in the redwood forests just outside of Santa Cruz, California. It is a circular area of effect around 150 feet or 46 meters in diameter. Within the Mystery Spot you will be stunned as your perceptions of the laws of physics and gravity are questioned. But don’t take our word for it, come and decide for yourself!”

What do you think?  Here’s today’s viddy!  YOU MUST WATCH THE END – BEST PART!

Stuart Brazell

Co-Founder of DirtyandThirty.com Stuart Brazell has talent, brains and beauty as distinctive as her name. She’s a fab, fierce, femme who always speaks her mind whether in person or online (just ask her husband). The social butterfly knows how to work a room and dress for every occasion. Equally comfortable on a red carpet or at a yoga retreat, she’s the sassy southern belle who friends call when in need of advice or just plain fun.

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2 Responses to Holiday Road Trip – Day Two, ‘The Mystery Spot’

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  2. Beronika says:

    HOORAY! Good job, you got it! This guy only works there on Sunday, making my clue more diiffcult than I intended.Congrats!!By the way, I had another idea for the prize. Since you won this round, JT, you get to pick the place for the next one. You can photograph the spot & post a story, or I can do it. Either way, you get to know the secret FoPo spot before anyone else. What do you think? If you’d rather get a profile or a coffee gift card or something, that’s cool too.

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