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... location saw the seals return in the early 1990s. Since then, the population has exploded to well over 1000 at times. Now we can safely view the seals thanks to the efforts of "Super Friends", set up to protect the seals and their habitat. Just along the coast is the Piedras Biancas Lighthouse.
We then drive to Ragged Point and stop for a bite of lunch. By this time we were starving and you should never stop for food when you are this hungry as ...
Well Amir wrote a whole entry and then somehow it wasn't saved or published so here I am.
We had a wonderful day today driving from Santa Barbara to Carmel via Big Sur. We started early in the morning (Amir is really trying to pack it in this trip). We headed north up the 1/101. First we drove through Buelton, home of split pea soup up to Cayucos. We stopped in Cayucos for gas and water, Amir says because I was getting ...
... visit is, and told just over two hours, so we plan for me to come and move the car just before the parking is to expire. We buy San Francisco CityPasses here, which includes entrance to several other San Francisco attractions we are planning to visit when we get there. The exhibits are great for the kids, Miranda and William love the touch pools, and there is even a small play area for George to play in. We do need to keep ...
... interesting to view. While watching out over the ocean area of the bay we again could not get over how much sea weed is near the shore area. We also saw three Sea Otter's in the water laying on their backs eating something. Unfortunately they were about 200 mtrs away and it would have been great to get closer. They seemed so much bigger than the ones we see in our Zoo and I get they must be another breed or fresh water otters.
Once at ...
... with a road sign rather too late saying "not advised for buses". Well, we are at the top with traffic behind us. It's so steep you can't see the road until you have ventured over the cliff. Emma is terrified but thankfully Rich is driving and the brakes are fine!
Our drive to the next campsite takes much longer than we hoped due to city traffic. Due to campsite availability we are doing a slightly odd order on the section of Highway 1. We have ...