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We went around to Chris & Aya's early today - that is at 8.40am, so that she could go to an appointment at the transport office, to get a handicapped sign for the car. We looked after Sakura and Aya was only gone for a very short time - like about 30 minutes, maybe ! She took Alyssa with her, too. Then Aya offered to take us for a day out to the Redwood Forest, so off we went. It as really nice, and we saw a replica old timber town, with ...
... indications you are getting closer. Little villages near the park have sprung up offering housing and hotels, restaurants etc. it has been a full five hours of driving and we are not there yet! It is cooler as we approach and we see snow in spots in the fields but very little water or ice! Just a great spot and you are forever looking upward at walls of rock.. Tomorrow well walk some of the 800 ...
... to the Betabel RV park (we think that means 'sugar beet). What a surprise---our space #96 is absolutely one of the most beautiful spots we've ever parked in. A great open aera across from the park--just a short walk--allows Mr. Aragon a perfect place to find new 'sniffs' and 'do his business'. Jacks down and slides out OK, Satellite dish up AND receiving---can't get any better.
We got hooked up to utilities, ...
... Cycling was awesome with Patrick in the local hills; I think I put a new PR on downhill speed.
My baby bro Bob joined for a week. This meant one continuously drunk week with a lot of parties and even some killer whale watching. We attended an American rave-party, which is slightly different from a European. Here it means girls dress in not more than lingerie or bikini. And house music that’s mainly trance. Either way, poor us, ...
... since. We certainly enjoyed our stop there today. You can go to www.nepenthebigsur.com and we were told that there is a camera that is always on that will show you the current view in real time. Check it out!
Shortly after leaving Nepenthe, we drove through Pfeiffer Big Sur National Park thinking that we would stop there for the night. It turned out that the sites were too small and VERY uneven, so we just drove through part of the ...