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... It had great burgers and a perfect over look of the Pacific. The hike to the McWay Waterfall that dropped directly into the ocean provided the most stunning views yet of the Pacific Coast. The last stop of the day was Elephant Seal Beach where literally thousands of seals had beached themselves to do whatever seals do when they want to make babies.
... that we had to solve some difficult technical challenges to get underway but this too would be untrue. The most complex technical difficulty was solved by Blair who noticed that I had pulled the casing of a throttle cable out of its ferrule during servicing and that this was causing the engine to run unbalanced; a five second fix. No, it was all easy enough, but we were just out of practice after a few months off the bike.
So as soon as we had the basics sorted ...
... Highway 1!" which made me wonder what it might be like, maybe I was in for a shock. However I checked for travel updates and it seemed that there were a few roadworks but no major problems, so off we set, me in my chic splits 'n all.
The first point of interest was a National Park called Point de Lobos, which we had been told was one of the most beautiful and well worth a look, so we dived off Highway 1, paid our $10 and had an explore.
... amazing it makes the drive even more enjoyable. The next stop is Hearst Castle at the end of the day which we thought we could drive up to. Unfortunately it is at the top of a hill and is only accessible on an official tour which is really expensive so we don't do it.
We instead decide to watch the sunset over the sea. We pose for pictures with one another and the views are breathtaking. This has easily made the drive down the coast and a great way to end the day.
... on and apologized that they were going to be a bit noisy because of the children and the other families that would be gathering at that campsite.
The day was a *******e for me. Was very lonesome and having a group camping next to me didn't soothe the ache very well, even through they offered all kinds of healing. They were having so much fun and cooking burgers and dogs and a big ol' campfire...just like ...