Winemaker's Porch Bed & Breakfast
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... lighthouse - on Point Sur but sadly all the area was a naval base and although it looked like it wasn't being used you couldn't get to the headland and the light.
The road swings inland and passes through the strung out tourist village of Big Sur, before returning to the coast again.
Finally the sheer drops into the sea make way for a more gentle rolling countryside along the sea boundary, the more rugged hills pushing inland. Stopped ...
Went to see the castle that William Randolph Hearst built, well - to entertain the Hollywood set and a place to put all his medieval collectibles. There were several tours that you could take because it is a huge place. The one we took was just of the first floor; the assembly rooms they were called. These were the rooms his guests met ...
... be closer the the Sequoia's trees and Yosemite. Scott finally got the ok from the state to take the test for state licensure.
10/28/13....bored out of my goard. Scott is studying for his state test.
10/29/13....Scott passed his test!!! So, we headed over to the Sequoia National Park to make a childhood dream come true to celebrate. Silly us listened to Tom-Tom GPS to take us thru the mountains to get ...
... 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 ...
... 9am, had breakfast and then got ready to collect Brian. Around 11.15am, we loaded the batteries and tools in the car and Alana drove us down to the property he was being stored at. After checking the oil and topping up the water, I fitted the batteries, climbed into the drivers seat and crossed my fingers. One turn of the key and a few seconds later he fired up with a big cloud of smoke that soon passed and all Alana could see was my grinning face! We left ...