Today is Wednesday. After breakfast, we drove back to the Jelly Belly Factory. We were first in line for a tour. We had just missed the last one. But we only had to wait for 20 minutes instead of over an hour if we had waited last week. The tour is pretty good with several stops in front of TV monitors that explained the history of Jelly Belly, and some of what was happening on the factory floor. There are many steps to making a jelly belly from the making of the center to adding the sugary outer layers. Most flavors take at least a day to make. Overall the tour was good, but they could have given better explanations about what was happening on the production floor. We are glad we went, but we do not think it requires return visits unless you have kids/grandkids to take.
After the Jelly Belly tour, we had lunch at In-and-Out Burger, followed by shopping at Wal-Mart. We returned home and started getting ready to leave the area tomorrow. Marilyn did some cleaning, and I dumped the waste tanks.
Type at you later.