Ann and George's Bed & Breakfast
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... them out and picked up a few items. Gradually we worked our way over to the Cool Cat Cafe for chicken burgers with Ortega chiles and milkshakes. I am salivating just thinking about those burgers now.
By this time, we were pretty worn out from the day and made our way back to the RV park after picking up our dog from the kennel. Next up for us would be a fantastic trip into San Francisco, but first, a brief stop among the hillbilly population of central California. Stay tuned!
We came to the West Coast again and it's so nice and cool after experiencing the heat of the other places recently.
To be able to sleep without air conditioning is wonderful.
It gets a bit warmer once the sun comes out like today.
This excursion today had been recommended by Ben, so we took pot luck by not booking, and drove in hope!
Hearst Castle is located on the Central coast ...
... the dining room, the movie theater, etc. plus the indoor pool. On the other tours you could see the three guest houses (huge) that he built for his guest to stay in and I think one of the other tours you got to go to the second floor to see some of the bedrooms of the main house. There was also what they called the Neptune Pool outside. It was ...
... will reach, and begin to set up my tent in the ever-increasing winds. My eyes fall to my pack of marshmallows and I begin to construct a fire, completely driven by my sweetooth. Match after match I drop into the kindling, each giving the false hope of a roaring fire, only to peter out in a pathetic puff of smoke.
Before I resort to eating uncooked ramen for dinner, or as I refer to it, rawmen, or ramen al dente, I see the long shadow of someone approaching ...
... 8212;excushe me). I have no idea how many winesh we tayshted, and I can’t remember if I liked any of them. But we bought a bottle anyway.
Number four was Rotta (pronounced Row-ta, with a long O) Winery. I don’t remember thish one. We ended up with two bottles from thish one. Thish one… thish one… thish one what?
On the way back, I woke up long enough to say goodbye to our two companions at their hotel. ...