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You'd think we'd remember:
1. How cold the coast is with the marine layer. California may not have a drop of rain but they have a cold moist layer of **** that freezes your butt off and keeps everything damp for days.
2. Don't get buzzed when you have to pack out the next morning. Hadn't even pulled into the campground yet to set …
... which was so nice.
We headed into town and had pizza and pasta which was nice
After dinner we wandered down the street and found an arcade/pool hall. We played 4 games of pool, teams were Gavin and Josh against Jack and I. I played terribly and josh played really well. We lost 4-0. Josh was very pleased with the result.
We extended our stay at the front desk for an additional night which only cost us $90.
After a lazy start to the day and a stroll along Pismo Beach, we consulted with the locals and decided to make a short trip up the road to spend the afternoon on Avila Beach. We are susceptible to fog at Pismo as was the case this morning and local advice told us that Avila seems to avoid the fog due to its secluded nature. Fog and suntans naturally don't mix so it was a unanimous team decision and ultimately with the sun beaming all afternoon, clearly the right ...
... We saw sea lions at the wharf and pelicans hanging around waiting for off cuts from some fishing trips. We then continued down the coast unfortunately we missed the 17 mile stretch but did drive past Carmel down the coast. Just south of Big Sur we saw beaches covered with elephant seals. We stopped at Piedras Blancas elephant seal rookery and really took in the ...
... fallen over many years ago the park didn't know when because it had fallen that long ago anyway they had cut a tunnel thru it so u could walk thru to the other side. The odd thing was that the tunnel was about 30 foot from the base of the tree. The trees do not rot like normal trees. They are also 3,000 yrs old. Can you imagine? They were here when Jesus Christ walked this earth.
11/2/13....Went to Yosemite ...
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