The Creekside Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... occasionally bared their teeth at each other, looking for a fight. Luckily they only get super bloody from aggressive fights during mating season, which this was not. Just south of that pull off, we passed the famous Hearst Castle, a historic 165-room monstrosity high on a hill off of Highway 1. William Randolph Hearst occupied this home from the 20's to the 40's. While we didn't take the expensive, hard to reserve tours, we did spot the remnant zebra ...
... they were probably the cleanest we had ever seen.After settling in and chatting for a while, we drove to a beach nearby for some elephant seal viewing. Unlike the seemingly lazy sea lions, elephant seals proved to be extremely entertaining. The beach was packed with them in clusters, some making hilarious and obnoxious noises, some picking fights, and many tossing sand over their backs. They provided a lot of laughs, and we did our best to find ...
... have been a delightful downwind sail. Unfortunately once again there wasn't enough wind to sail and not get thrashed about. We unfurled the sails in a valiant attempt but those big waves were too much. Imagine being inside a washing machine. That's what it's like onboard in those conditions but without the water, soap or conditioner of course.
On the last bit of the journey down we could ...
... for the climbing challenge of 400+ stairs to the top. Becky and I went about a quarter of the way, but yes, Molly & Yadira made it all the way to the top for the great views.
We returned from our tour in time for a quick lunch in the park's deli after checking out of the lodge. Let the drive back to the coast begin.
The trip across San Joaquin valley was simply...hot! The temperature after a cool night in the mountains ...
... drove towards Oceano, the wind was incredible and sand was blowing everywhere. We found the Elks and decided we’re better off where we are because with this wind the RV would be full of sand, not something I’m looking forward to dealing with this summer. We’d seen some pick your own berry farms on the coast and I mentioned to Amy that I hoped we’d find some fruit stands. She ...