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Motorcycle: 202 miles After a good nights rest and hearty breakfast of organic oatmeal, fruit and espresso, we head out to attack CA route one. It was much colder than we expected today! Sara is in chaps and layers of jackets... not quite beach attire. The road is narrow, winding and windy. The trip is not easy on Mark but the views are beautiful so he sacrifices for his wife. Steep cliff and steep mountains surround route ...
The ice cream shop had many different flavors to choose from, so we could get a variety of flavors. We each got one big scoop. Me and my dad both got Strawberry Kiwi, my mom got Merlot Raspberry Truffle, and my brother got Sour Lemon Sherbet.
All of the flavors we got were tasty. They had added just enough sugar that the ice cream wasn't too sweet or too bland. We all went back to the car with full ...
... over to Morro Bay State Park where the family is camping. The afternoon was spent chatting and playing with the kids. My cousin Diana's two children Venice and Xander (who are close to Danielle and Tylers age) hit it off and played together for the whole trip. We had my cousin Steve's teriyaki beef skewers for dinner and then Charlott ran around the loop for an hour, getting a 4 mile run in. We were one of the last to leave ...
... chewed gum on the walls. Check out the wiki entry here if you want to read more about this wacky site.
So what's a visit to SLO (an abbreviated way of saying San Luis Obispo) without a stop at the Madonna Inn...the king of kitschy lodgings but quite a fun and crazy place to visit. One of the things you really must see if you've never been there before is the urinal in the ...
... when he moved out. Needless to say, the truck was well and truly at capacity. But with careful packing we managed to cram it all in on the way to Las Vegas. It wasn't until we were leaving the hotel and had to get it all back into the truck with only a few minutes to spare before checkout did we realize the folly of our over-packing ways. We couldn't quite close the tailgate all the way...but it kinda latched so we thought it would ...
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