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... of the summer. Another day wasted in the back of an airliner and a five hour drive north from Los Angeles got us to the home of our friends Blair, Kristin, Ewan and Lily. We found a forlorn Elephant moping around Blair's workshop. I would like to say that fettling Elephant went like clockwork but it was not so. It took us five full days of faffing about before we unceremoniously threw our gear onto the bike and farewelled our hosts. It would also add a touch of drama ...
... property, from the small cottages that they built to stay in whilst the castle was being built to the main castle and the two pools. The outdoor 'Neptune Pool' started out as a pond, was changed to a pool and then was extended 3 times. It is huge! He continually changed his mind and added more floors and moved the external walls out to make more rooms. The castle has 56 bedrooms and 61 bathrooms and 19 sitting rooms, plus movie theatre etc, it was ...
... for the Danes leaving their main land was the conditions there were bleak for the ordinary Dane. Work was hard to get; ownership of a home was highly unlikely.
Solvang had three windmills and I have attached some photographs.
Next we continued to our Hotel Stay at the Best Western Royal Oak. It is ample for our nights stay and we settled in quickly. Then out to the Chinese Restaurant next door for a lovely meal and an early night to bed for a early start at 7pm.
Haven't seen fog in some time, but did see plenty of it this morning in Santa Maria. Kind of neat. After taking out Aragon for his daily duties we bid him goodbye, loaded up his favorite toy with goodies and left him in the motorhome, and headed to Paso Robles to see Lance and Amy Bagwell.
The Bagwell home is REALLY neat. Built back in the '40's or '50's it has been ...
So we started our road trip today, from LA to San Fran - the coastal road on highway 1 is just stunning - Lots of golden beaches!
We drove until 3ish stopping at loads of places on the way - we stopped at Pismo beach where Rob was able to do his first lot of kite surfing - the beach is so big so we were allowed to drive right on there - we then sat and watched the sunset while listening to tiesto - lush!
first night of sleeping in the car ...