Whispering Pines Bed and Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... you love to surf. While my buddy had to go to the campus for the day went on a run up to the montana de oro beach trails. Usually the sand trails through the brush were occupied mainly by horseback riders but I didn't know any better and just decided to take them anyway. Running the trails was a bit tiresome so I decided it probably just be best to walk them and enjoy the views of the beach and the surfers. I found a nice spot on ...
... we trotted off down the road to a restaurant where Ian had amazing steak and even though I’d been going on for ages about how much I wanted some steak, I had seafood linguine because it was supposed to be a local speciality. As I watched Ian devour his steak I finally admitted to myself that I don’t actually like seafood that much, what I actually like is steak. But seeing as I own half of whatever Ian does, he very generously let me have some, so that was ...
... farm fields. Many signs along the way advertizing No Water, No Jobs. It was truly a sad state of affairs crossing this section of the state. Much like the signs we saw driving up 99 from Bakersfield yesterday.
As we moved toward the sandy looking mountains before reaching Rt 46, we noticed what looked to be clouds over one stretch of the mountains. It was a perfect display of a cold front. When we were on ...
I rode from Avila Beach to San Luis Obispo and back today. It was another beautiful sunny day in Southern California and a very enjoyable ride.
This ride put me over the 300 mile mark for 2014. I had set a goal for myself of riding 1,000 miles this year, and have already ridden almost 1/3 of that goal and it is still January.
Today also ...
... artichoke but do enjoy strawberries.
For lunch we picked up pre-ordered platters of sandwiches and cookies from Subway and ate them on a cliff edge with great views near Big Sur. We had two breaks to stretch our legs during the journey; the first was to see a waterfall on a beach (Julia Pfeiffer Burns park), the second was to see elephant seals lay on a beach.