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... seen tons of trains, some a mile long and double stacked. I thought that mode of transportation was pretty obsolete in the US, but apparently not.
We got home in time to see some July 4th fireworks with Alex, Ashlee and Hunter. They didn’t start the show until after 10:30pm so although Hunter seemed to like them he was tired and had a limited attention span. Mom has had an almost miraculous recovery and she was released ...
We got a little later start to the drive than expected Thursday morning after enjoying a leisurely but delicious and filling breakfast at a local diner near our hotel in Lompoc, California (we’re still not really even sure where that is). This was going to be one of the busiest days of the trip because not only did we have 4-5 stops to make along the way but we had an 8 hour drive to make on a winding road known as the Pacific Coast Highway. ...
... along the west coast is believed to be one of the best coastal drives in the country, water to the west & mountains to the east. We passed through Morro Bay, Cambria & was meant to got to Big Sur on our way to Carmel, but we could not take the bus onto the road that goes to Big Sur. But wait we were told that another bus was going to pick us up after lunch so we could go along the west coast road to Big Sur, we ...
... too. We watched the sunset on a beach in Big Basin Redwoods State Park. Playing on the beach with my family was fabulous. And then, we managed to navigate our drive back home to our apartment in downtown SF. Without getting a divorce. Yee haw.
PAUL'S Entry So, never short on words, I thought I would dip into the blog pool and share some thoughts on our trip so far, from my perspective. Every day so far has been amazing!!!...which is ...
... coastline which are clearly marked and have lots of spaces to park (safely). In case you are in the market for a new holiday home - you may want to consider some property in this area, as we saw many places for sale! Although the price tag must be crazy!!!
Onto Carmel - a quaint little town that is about 30 minutes wide and is divided up into different areas - like Carmel-By-the-Sea and Carmel Valley. The streets look very similar and the biggest challenge ...