Santa Margarita KOA
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very nice camp lovely views from the top
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... and a Hawaiian breakfast cooked by Craig, which consisted of rice with some yummy seaweed based seasoning, scrambled eggs with mushrooms and Portuguese sausages for the boys, and avocado on homemade toast for the girls (Sarah is vego too).
As they are good friends with Ric they sometimes borrow instruments from the store to record with, and it turned out they had the ubass that Darren had been playing, so he picked that up again and had a play while we ate, drank ...
... main house and 50 rooms in 3 guesthouses as well as 127 acres of what was once the estate of newspaper publisher William Randolph Hearst. The grounds and dwellings are on a 1,600-foot mountain overlooking the Pacific Ocean, and it took from 1919 to 1947 to complete the project. The main residence is a huge Mediterranean Revival-style building and is more like a museum than a residence -- Hearst had a huge collection of ...
... even had their fields labeled as to what kind of grapes -- c******nay, riesling, merlot, cabernet, etc. Since it was morning we didn't stop at one of the wineries -- we would have had to cross the Atlantic to find five o'clock somewhere! Oh well . . . . . . This campground is interesting -- panoramic vistas and rolling terrain. It's so hilly that there are multiple levels for trailers. We are the only site on ...
... up and down hills along the ocean
... big mamma!!" and I knew he’d finally hooked one! I could see him in the distance from the top of the hill we camped on and saw him reel the fish right up to the side of the boat. It looked like he pulled it into the canoe, but then I heard his sounds of frustration as the fish flopped itself off the lure. A guy in a boat close by was cheering him on. The guy asked him how big it was and I heard Dave say “maybe 8 or 9 lbs”!! ...