Fog's End Bed & Breakfast
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... 700 mile Californian coast. Along the highway we noticed bells which had been placed early 1900s to mark the mission route. The missions were spaced a days ride (about 30 miles).
We stopped at San Simeon to check out Hearst Castle for tomorrow. We had enough time walk the pier to watch the pelicans doing spectacular dives in to the water off the pier. Strained our eyes to the large patches of floating Kelp ...
... and trying to get into the truck. I called out to her a few times until she heard and then saw me and got excited. Kind of sad seeing her aging changes.
Anyway, I cleaned up camp and was about to head into town to go to the Sycamore Hot Springs in Avila for a half hour stress massage and hot springs soak, but their next available appointment wasn’t until later in the afternoon so I went into town to pick up some groceries and came back to ...
Went to see the castle that William Randolph Hearst built, well - to entertain the Hollywood set and a place to put all his medieval collectibles. There were several tours that you could take because it is a huge place. The one we took was just of the first floor; the assembly rooms they were called. These were the rooms his guests met ...
... Dove, Barb (and my) mom.
Back on the road over the mountain we headed to the Hearst Castle. The website said all of the tours were booked until around three if the afternoon, and it was only 1:30 p.m. However, Barb wouldn’t be denied! She asked the attendant about a waiting list for the next tour and he said, rather snidely, “What are we sold out?” “Well, yeah, that’s what your website says.” Barb responded ...
... vast prairies which stretched as far as the eye could see, blanketed in yellow dry grass. We climbed sudden hills and descended into valleys with very few towns or people passing by. After the excitement of going round San Luis Obispo where the sat nav sensing that we needed some variety decided to take us off roads, only to take us back on them a few moments later. We eventually made our way to Morro Bay where we decided to finish with the sevices of the sat nav and go solo as ...