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Travel Blogs from Cambria
... have a slightly half hearted sparring session, but most stayed firmly asleep.
They seem to have a sort of little slef satisfied smirky grin on their faces which is both endearing and funny. The males can grow to be 5000 lbs and up to 16 foot long, so no lightweights here. It is only the males who grow the elephantine nose, after they have reached about 5 years old.
Elephant seals spend months and months at sea, foraging and diving. They can ...
... I continued forward, knowing that they would move on, soon I hoped. I used my tools of meditation, manifesting and acceptance.
Sleeping with the sound of the ocean was enough, I did not have to be right on the ocean. It was so peaceful.
I need to understand a bit more about camping - the tent I have is a "summer" tent, where the windows don't have zip in flaps. Made for some cold nights, but I made it through.
I've only known Morro Bay from the photo art that's hung above our fire place since I've met Curtis years ago. It's a simple pix with beautiful sunrise (sunset?) in the background of a stretching dock. I only thought of Morro Bay as one of the pit stop places between N. Ca and S. CA. Not until I read the history book of Morro Bay in San Diego History Museum did I know that the place is famous for a rock.
... a military base.
BOOKS I’VE READ AND RECOMMEND SET IN THIS AREA:
SOLOMON’S OAK by Jo-Ann Mapson
I read this book only a few months ago. The setting of the Jolon area was so vividly described I wanted to visit it when I saw we were nearby. Unfortunately, the little community was fiction.There is nothing left in Jolon but a few empty buildings. We did visit the mission mentioned and saw ...
... through that stretch is amazing, quite like the Great Ocean Road, very windy, with sheer cliffs on one side and the ocean on the other. We drove through giant Redwood forests and tiny towns perched on cliffs, but unfortunately we were running quite late and didn't have enough time to stop anywhere or take photos. We did stop in Carmel-By-The-Sea for lunch, which turned out to be a bad choice because by the time we stopped it was way past lunch ...
Other places to stay in Cambria
1979 Dreydon Avenue, Cambria | 3 star b&bfrom $109
2476 Main Street, Cambria | 3 star b&bfrom $154
- A must stay at the Olallieberry Inn
- Terrific place for quality R&R
- Overpriced; not too special.
4063 Burton Drive, Cambria | 3 star b&bfrom $125
6530 Moonstone Beach Dr, Cambria | 2 star b&bfrom $208
1605 London Lane, Cambria | B&Bfrom $165
6360 Moonstone Beach Dr, Cambria | B&Bfrom $120
6736 Moonstone Beach Drive, Cambria | B&Bfrom $219
2990 Burton Drive, Cambria | B&Bfrom $155
- Best B&B between San Diego and San Francisco
- Wish everyone could have the experience!
- Please don't go there!