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Travel Blogs from San Luis Obispo
... it is sort of flesh coloured, semi sheer, and way too small for him. Noah winces just looking at the ill fitting costume. It's pretty fresh! Elwood is determined he wants to wear it and we are determined he will not. After some discussion we get him a Thomas outfit which is horrible, but it is not flesh coloured and it fits, so we feel temporarily like winners.
Elwood sits in the car in his new Thomas top, ...
... Also, you don’t have to spend as much on sightseeing, and really you could even do without the Eurail pass depending on the duration of your travels and where you want to go. It was definitely a more cost-effective option for me on this trip given how much I traveled around, but on future trips I’ll probably stick to individual tickets, particularly when I have fewer travel days and less stops. And, I met a few people who would stay in a city long enough ...
... State Park (no relation to Michelle!) where we walked along small coastal path to see a waterfall and a state protected beach overlooking the ocean. It was very nice but not worth the $10 dollars the state park wanted for parking, so do what we did and park along the road and walk the extra distance.
Driving further north we encountered some strange weather of very low lying clouds blocking visibility and from a distance looked like islands. We soldiered on and headed for Monterey.
Guess where we slept last night? Yep in the car! I feel too emotional about the subject to go into detail now.
This was the accumulation of over 130 miles of driving looking for campsites. Here is a précis of events:
1) Arrive at China Camp State Park. Full
2) Drive 30 miles to Mount Tampalais. Stroppy ranger. Need a permit.
3) Drive 15 miles to Muir Wood campground. Full