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... I enjoyed the sunset from the dunes at Pismo Coast RV Village, and it was punctuated by many posing herons (Night Herons?? Couldn't find them in my book)
Wednesday was fun, as the Vintage Camper Trailers were starting to come in - 300 of them were expected for the weekend event at our RV park. And that evening, Scott joined us for dinner - a great night of good food, good wine, and great memories and conversation!
... a difficult quest as catching a DD and put so much time and effort into it, when it’s over you know the search for the next one will be different. I give all the credit to Jesus. I would like to thank jermey pratt and ryan thoni who both inspired me and gave me some pointers without holding my hand or telling me everything. I would also like to thank the west coast guys who helped too. Joe Everette, Mike Long, Butch Brown,Oliver Ngy and the master bait maker ...
... just so nice watching a golden retriever swimming chasing his a ball in one of the fingers of the bay. One lady had a miniature schnauzer just like Skipper. They really had a good time running around being a dog.
9/26/13....Went to the beach again today. Took all 3 dogs with us so went to dog friendly Avila Beach. Walked Jackie for a few minutes to let him adjust n kept Dolly on leash for 15 min n again was ...
... to spray up into the air. It seems the further south you go the higher the road rises, it looked like at least a thousand feet down to the sea and the roads or full of twists and turns, not many straight bits. We saw a road sign that showed the bendy road sign and said for the next 63 miles! We crossed the famous Bixby Creek Bridge and but we didn't see the sign until we were almost on it so I made Keith turn around and go back so I ...
So our last and final stop along the road to SF was on New Year's eve. We found a place on AirBnB (which actually turned out to be a a treat). It was on a working farm with pigs and alpacas.
The place was a converted barn that the owner had made into a nice little mother-in-law 1 bedroom apartment. They came down and gave us a bottle of bubbly to enjoy! A real nice surprise based on how tired we ...
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