Grieb Farmhouse Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... vans that had dirt buggies parked by them. The vans had been bordered up around the beachside face which we didn't understand, until we opened the car door. You could run a sand blasting company on that beach without needing any equipment. The winds were horrendous and whipped the beach sand into a frenzy. We battled on for five minutes before conceding defeat and returning to town for a night in a $55 hotel ...
... The route is famous for the soaring views of the Pacific and the amazing wildlife and bridges since it was build in the early 1930s. We had a sunny day for it but it was a little hazy.
The road winds along and for us, going north to south on the right (we're on the sea-side), has great views of rock outcrops in a deep blue swell. The haze made it a little difficult to capture some of the views certainly added to the sense of scale.
... gum walls have grown thicker over the years and now budge about six inches from the brick. Some imaginative folks create art with their deposits. Some girls were too squeamish to enter the alley for sanitary reasons.
On our way to Hearst Castle we had breakfast at the Madonna Inn and viewed the chain of seven stone mountains jutting up through the plain from SLO to Morro Bay. This ...
... is little room for towns on this coastline. We stop for lunch in Big Sur, CA and enjoy some great sandwiches. The landscape here is much different than the coast that we are used to. It reminded us more of the coast of Spain on our honeymoon. Green crops seem like they are everywhere, artichokes by the miles in Castroville. It's 4 pm in Monterey and Mark wants to see Gilroy, CA. Sara agrees, but is not quite as interested. ...
... For dinner we went into town with Vicky and Dale from the Rental Association. That evening we hung out at the campfire with the group. It's Friday morning, July 19th and we are on our way home. Thousands of miles later and 60 stops, our trip has come to and end. It has been an amazing experience and the best part is that we are still speaking. Till the next trip! Happy ...
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