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Thursday was a great day, with only one incident of Mad GPS Disease to report.
Decide to drive the coastal highway (1 South / Cabrillo) - had driven this coastal route from Washington state to Disneyland in a former lifetime so knew what was in store: twisty turny roads and picture postcard vistas. I was not disappointed in either.
So took off for the coast, first to Half Moon Bay, and from their to Morro Bay, ...
... of eggy rice with ham for the kids, and a fry-up for the adults. Unsurprisingly, the WiFi coverage is rubbish, therefore, we all sat down to watch Guardians of the Galaxy on DVD.
Whilst we've seen plenty of RVs which are significantly bigger than our 30 footer, we watched a 'Juicy RV' park up next to us. This was basically a car with a roofbox on top and slept 4 people. It boasts on the side that it "includes the kitchen sink!" In that case they can't have much ...
... thing – the Rock. I’ve been through Morro Bay many times and only once I have seen “the Rock”. It is a foggy town for the most part, but the weather experts tell us that the next three days are to be sunny, sunny, sunny. We pulled into Morro Strand for our first night – a first come, first served campground without much to speak of except extraordinary views of the Rock and the ocean. Steps from the ...
... but Jamestown has precisely three bars. That was enough for us after what had been a very long day. We were on a mission to San Francisco in the morning so we hit the hay.
The drive to San Francisco was about 130 miles and in the end took around three hours. It was a grey day and the traffic was mental but that didn't matter. We had finally reached the Pacific Ocean. We had made it coast to coast, Atlantic to Pacific, Boston to San Francisco. And we had done ...
... part of the river Lewis nearly fell in, was the one part where, if you were going to die on the rapids, that was the one part where everyone did!! Later we managed to get stuck on a rock which was placed right in the middle of the rapids... So our flush faced instructor told us to jump OUT onto the rock and try and jump back in when we got going again. Fortunately for the good of man kind, we made the jump and the blog about the South Island can be written. ...