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After leaving Oakland we headed to Woodland where we went to the Four Wheel Camper (www.fourwheelcampers.com) factory where we were to pick up our Hawk slide-on camper.
As soon as we got it and had it packed we headed south, around San Fran,down I-5 and then across to the coast north of Monterey, where we found the Salinas River State Park. This small park is on the coast while it is crowded with intensive farms growing at this time of the ...
... I haven't had In N Out yet, simply because everyone I've been staying with has been taking me to other delicious eateries, but it WILL happen.
So it was a little crowded getting out of LA, but that was to be expected. Once I got to Malibu, things were so much better! It was beautiful, sandy beaches and AMAZING houses!! Then came Oxnard and Ventura, which weren't very exciting except that you could see strawberry fields from the ...
... Point Conception we may be spending time in the Channel Islands before heading into civilization. Since we are not sure what kind of supplies are available out there we didn't want to come up short. With a little research we found that the fuel dock in Morro Bay was the best option as the one in Port San Luis would be closed by the time we got there. So we pointed our bows toward Morro Bay.
As we were motoring along Rick accidentally ...
... a mini outlet. "A Big Mac and two Latte's" I politely requested. The young, coloured girlie server was thrown from her comfort zone. "Phyla rig ouf gerunp" must be what she heard. She gave me the open mouthed stare of the uncomprehending and mumbled "what?". I repeated it. Face etched with concentration, she asked "a Big Mac meal and a Latte?". It was an improvement, anyway. Annie tried to help by using her English which, lets be honest, has less hullensian accent than mine. ...
... is so fresh here, from sea to restaurant, no middle-man here.
We vowed to come back next time to stay longer. So glad Curtis made a point to stop by here on the way back to N. CA. Highly recommend to anyone going to Central Coast. Camping, hiking, kayaking and paddle boarding for our family next time we visit! The longer we live in N. CA, the more we fall in love with this area.