Vagabond's House Inn
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We drove down to Joan's house on Saturday.
She's our friend who lives in Castroville The artichoke capital of California!
Paul and I thought as we were in the area where there are a number of Catholic Missions that it might be nice to go to Mass in one of them.
So after consulting with Joan, plus our trusty GPS, we decided that the one mentioned in the caption was the one to go to.
It was a ...
... while to get the sand off, but it was worth it to see the kids having so much fun. Soon the road passes through the lands John Steinbeck described: lush farmlands that drew thousands of unemployed to California during the Depression. The land is still drawing people stuck in bad economic situations. Mostly Mexican migrants work these fruit fields now around Salinas now. Porta-potties on site here were hard fought for by the UFW in the 1970's. ...
... from my lips, I then had to apologise. But then she said it will be a problem getting a room as there is a race meeting on at Laguna Seca!!!! Cue another bad word followed by an apology. However the receptionist was very good and found us a room at her other place of work!!! Yes, she works at 2 hotels. So we took the room. Liz didn't like it much. Especially later that night when a plane roared over ...
... our blog and viewed and made comments. We very much appreciate you joining us on this trip of a lifetime. This nation we live in is truly magnificent.
Hope you enjoy the pics of the PCH. We certainly enjoyed being able to see this magnificence for ourselves, and hope you can gain some enjoyment from the pictures.
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The internet connection has slowed to a crawl, so uploading the pics will have to wait until tomorrow.
... and goes through endless flat fields of strawberries, artichokes, cabbages and what looks like kale.
Monterey hmmmm, maybe we didn't find the right bit because it doesn't look that scenic to me, so we continue over the headland to Carmel-by-the-sea to check out an Inn owned by Doris Day. Quainter village feel over here but even though it was my suggestion to check it out, Doris's "doggy inn" with scary floral bedspreads and too snooty a concierge is ...