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We left San Francisco at roughly 3pm, which gave us a few hours of travel before the arrival of night! We headed straight for the CA1/Pacific highway as we heared this would be the most scenic route. After half an hour we were firmly out of San Fran and the roads opened up to the most beautiful scenery you could imagine. The road stretched for …
... that was the wrong OK button, so it was no OK at all and nothing would happen.
She then pressed the right OK button, but this time nothing happened because the machine was out of goo.
The fun was really in the making; they were not great to eat, but they could have won a frisbee competition, or used as some weapon as they were pretty solid.
The car park last night had been totally full so we had parked right the other side of the hotel.
Now, as we loaded up the car ...
We sit at the table and eat an early-ish dinner before heading into our tent and laying down for a bit using the free WIFI. I was feeling the heat really bad, so I pull back the rainproof cover to the tent and we don’t get much star gazing in because we are right under a huge tree, but it’s still a nice view. We go to bed early and get ready for some hiking around Big Sur ...
... the water. We couldn't quite believe our luck when blow hole spray revealed a further four humpbacks in the waters surrounding us. At various points the whales were pretty close to the boat giving us a feel for their sheer size - 15 to 25 metres. It was so wonderful watching them glide through the waters - the minutes passed by at lightning speed! Eventually the captain told us that we'd be making tracks into new waters to look for some other animals, and so we motored on again in the ...
... to Coeur D’Alene, ID: For 80 miles we travelled IN the scenic Columbia River Gorge. In places, it is 4,000 feet deep and 6 miles wide. It is a very popular recreational area for camping, hiking, biking, golf, boating, wind surfing, photography, downhill and cross country skiing. The area has a high concentration of waterfalls, with over 90 on the Oregon side of the Gorge alone. Throughout its length the geography changes ...