Fog's End Bed & Breakfast
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We reach Highway 166, the Cuyama Highway, and turn west. Cuyama, which lies ahead several miles, is derived from Chumash, meaning "To Rest, to Wait." We will do neither, as there’s nowhere to rest and little to wait for. Cuyama is surrounded by apricot, peach and plum orchards.
Highway 166 takes us past family farms and ...
... number plate, bumper and some water leaking from somewhere :s We're now at Cambria Pines Lodge, seems nice (it's too dark to tell really!), the room is nice and big and must have about 15 light switches in random places!! Really hoping the weather forecast is wrong for the next few days, was overcast and chilly today (same temp as the uk!) and is supposed to be like it all week :( come on Californian sun.. Show us what you're made ...
... 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!
... off the cyclemeter. Passed the entrance to Hearst Castle but won't be cycling back to visit, it'll feel too good to get off the bike. Found the Sea Breeze Inn & it really is breezy now as it's right on the beach, room has 2 beds, might as well use them both while relaxing watching gold mining in the Klondike. Went next door to the Mexican restaurant and had a couple of margaritas and beers, might be sorry tomorrow ...
... on and apologized that they were going to be a bit noisy because of the children and the other families that would be gathering at that campsite.
The day was a *******e for me. Was very lonesome and having a group camping next to me didn't soothe the ache very well, even through they offered all kinds of healing. They were having so much fun and cooking burgers and dogs and a big ol' campfire...just like ...