Pismo State Beach Oceano Campground
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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 …
... as best I could. The boys stayed back at the main building on a bench overlooking the 18th as they found the whole experience a tad boring. When we got back they were laughing and telling us that they had been asked to be in photos with different people, mainly Asian tourists and found it very amusing.
After we'd been there a couple of hours we headed off towards Pismo beach with the intent of staying the night if ...
... our dinner we take a stroll down the pier and Jess spots a seal in the harbour, we are all very excited about seeing it, but as we get down the pier more, we see another and another and then hear some barking and on a landing stage under the pier that you can walk down too, come across a whole gang of them, they are very smelly and bark a lot but are all amazing to see close up. At the end of the pier there is ...
... living stretching all the way to the outskirts. There’s no wild, deserted, desolate beauty about Tonopah. “Is Tonopah on the edge of nowhere?”, I ask Mrs Henry. “No”, she says, “it’s in the middle of nowhere too.”
Mrs Henry and I are moving off the Colorado Plateau. We’re moving south. We’re moving west. We’re on the run from winter. We’re acting like northern ...
... for several blocks. The ground here is mostly flat with only a little sloping hills so riding our bikes is nice here. Also, the campground is cool because the owner when he built the place 45 years ago planted Redwood trees so several trees would be on each lot. So, we are camped in the middle of a Redwood grove. The trees are already so big that it takes both Scott and I holding hands to put our arms around the trunk of ...
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