Winemaker's Porch Bed & Breakfast
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... other exotic animals now donated to other zoos like the San Diego one.
But these guests of today are bussed up, then brought back to the information centre where there are all sorts of gifts, souvenirs etc to tempt us.
A movie in the theatre was offered on the beginnings of the Enchanted Hill which we found very interesting.
The hotel we stayed in wasn't to far away thank goodness
We wanted to see as much of the coast as possible, so we decided to find a campground every couple of hours as we traveled north. Our next stop was San Simeon State Park, about 45 minutes north of San Luis Obispo. We were extra psyched about this stop because our close friend Olson was able to come Scamp with us for two nights. For probably the first time in our lives, Olson was early and we were late so he was waiting for us when we arrived at the park. ...
... at the feat that one man accomplished here!!!! This guy who was the 2nd son of a wealthy family from citrus orchards in Sicily immigrated to the US because all the wealth would be passed to the oldest son as was the tradition and the father was very oppressive. He became a digger for the New York Subway and saved his money to buy land to have his own citrus orchard. He then headed to Southern California and found out the ...
... wanting to try the local and new we would continue so. The pool in the motel was delightful and refreshing. We came across two other groups of people travelling through the area, so it was a great night passing on stories and direction tips to each other. Most of them were LA locals so we scooped up as much handy info as we could! The next morning seen us heading off again with the roof down our sunnies on and down towards Santa Barbara. The tunes were happening and ...
... grass galore and evidence of massive land slides and road washouts. We went through tunnels and over narrow bridges that were hundreds of feet above the sea. We also drove on roadways that hugged the cliffside and contained hairpin turns.
I am glad we did it but I’m not anxious to do it again soon.
Travelled in: California
Travelled today: 402 km
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