Pleasure Point Inn
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... a nice meal made from scratch, along with a roaring fire (smores included), we called it a night.
The next day (Oct. 16th) we awoke refreshed and ready for our journey to the Redwoods! I think this will be another time when I let our photos do most of the talking, but what I will say about our journey is that the pictures we did take were along several scenic drives through the Redwood State and National Parks. We even got to drive through ...
... sharing the road with Californian drivers is officially unpleasant. Apparently a safe driving distance is calculated in feet not car lengths in the state and speed is governed by G forces rather than sign posts but we survived and are very glad we decided to avoid the interstates and see the coastal beauty. Tomorrow it's back to the city as we head north to San Francisco. Love Bec and Barney ...
We woke up to a beautiful, sunny CA day! We loaded up Vincent for a drive up Hwy 1 from Morro Bay to Monterey. If you've never driven part of Hwy 1, immediately add it to your to-do list. It is such a beautiful stretch of road....the sky, the surf, the rocks & the winding road through the foothills.
Our first stop was on Moonstone Beach. We got out to walk down on the rocks along the water. Much to our zoology loving son, ...
... times just for the day. Mom and Dad would set up camp for us on the beach (by camp, I mean coolers, umbrellas, towels etc) and we would boogie board in the ocean and take breaks going up to the Boardwalk to play games or go on rides or purchase delicious/nutritious snacks like cotton candy, corn dogs & chocolate dipped ice creams.
Today was a different story, it being February the boardwalk ...
... allow bikes!!! so it was on to Monterey via freeway and lunch in the upmarket towns Cannery row.
Then onto Santa Cruz escaping the freeway where possible as the wind was still strong
The hotel was opposite the jetty so strolled out and found a bar with a $6.00 margarita and Taco deal. so Tony needed 2 tacos and had to get another drink.