Dreydon House Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... On the best and most peaceful ones all thorugh the day I scattered some ashes too, as it is somewhere we would so have enjoyed doing together.
I also scattered some actually on the road itself, which felt right too.
It was not just the sound of the sea lions or the many sea birds circling overhead which gave the clue as to where the animals all were, but the overpoweringly pungent smell of fish mixed with bird poo. Quite a heady mix!
... Festival. What a trip. Everywhere inside and outside of Cambria there were scarecrows. Some of them were so real, it was hard to tell them from the people sitting on the benches. They were really fun to look at and wonder what the person was like that had the mind to create that one??!!
Monday morning I headed for Beverly Hills to meet up with Frankki. Before I left the campground, started talking ...
August 21st. Pulled out of Southern CA FINALLY and headed north. Stopped in Bueller, CA at Anderson's Split Pea Restaurant for some soup and souvenirs and a geocache. YES! It feels so good to be back on the road. Spent the night in Pismo Beach.
August 22nd – After a morning fill up at the famous Old ...
... was built for the eccentric newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst, who inherited the land from his parents and decided to build "a little something" on the top of the hill where he had camped as a boy. He was the kind of wealthy who could ship works of art, statutes and even whole buildings across from Europe to furnish the castle and grounds and he hosted many famous people at the castle, including Charlie Chaplin, Cary Grant and ...
... food misfortune, as we were making our oatmeal half of it fell over into the grass! The birds of the campsite quickly found the spilled oats and dug in. So glad that we could feed the raccoons dinner and the birds breakfast.
It was cold and our tent was all dewey so we laid it out to dry while we ate and tried to warm up. After packing up we took off for the day, all ready to get some major biking done. We biked out of the campground and were instantly met with a ...