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TravelPod Member ReviewsLake Casitas Ventura
Huge campground in a quiet place, few miles off the pacific coast highway. It is not allowed to swim in the lake.
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Water in Israel - I played in the waves of the Mediterranean, dipped a hand in Tel Dan, swam in the Kinneret,, lounged in the waterfalls of Ein Gedi and sat in the Dead Sea . . . not bad at all.
Now that I'm on a roll, I'm going back to Zefat (one of these days) and continue on with my great adventure.
... up early and went to the farmers market. We got lots of fresh produce, pistachios and almonds.
By far the highlight for me was getting to visit my old friend Scott Heaton and to meet his wife Michelle. Scott and I have not seen each other in 10+ years. He and Michelle were kind enough to invite us to their beautiful home and have a BBQ. Its funny how some friends you can just pick right up from where you left off. Scott is one of those people. ...
... shop Elaine wants to see the sea lions too, and while we're watching them she notices something smaller swimming near them. It was a Sea Otter jinking through the waves then floating along on its back, as they do while feeding on shellfish. Good spot Elaine...!!! The next leg of our drive took us down the Big Sur, the Pacific Coastal Highway. This should take around three hours as it is a very twisty undulating drive that follows the natural contours of the coast, so it is much slower ...
... was a dead surfer (Ventura is like most of California coast, a big surfer destination) but was a beached seal. We tried to cover it with water using Eva's plastic bucket which it accepted gratefully with its massive brown eyes, but eventually we had to turn and leave it as the beach was deserted bar the surfers and we had no idea what the US equivalent of NSPCA is. The tide was coming in so it could swim away if necessary, but I think it had come onto the beach to die. MORE ...
... lot different. My round is very indifferent and my plan of pure power does not end well. I finish in a distant last so will re-think my next round. Russ ends up topping the favourite but it was a good game. Dinner and a dip in the hot tub later and it was time for our last sleep in California.
The next morning we have to find a fridge magnet for Jim's collection and everything is shut. Apparently nobody in Ventura can ...