Blue Dolphin Inn
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Today was a short drive with lots to see. Highway 1 along here is very curvy with steep cliffs, so it was slow going, but worthwhile. We started the morning with chilly fog, but it cleared quickly as we went south.
We made various stops along the way. Some stops were at formal sites while many were just along the side of the road. We managed to see whales during 2 of our roadside stops. We were always on the lookout for sea ...
... had a ball for an hour. Really enjoyed the conversation. (Liz really getting a bit stale after 9 weeks!!!) Before dinner we had a little walk around the town which was quite delightful. A really picturesque little town which has changed little. As for our digs. We are in the Harmony bedroom in the Olallieberry Inn, a building dating back to 1873 which has a redwood tree in the front garden which was planted in 1885. What a monster. The house is charming. A real find even if it was by ...
... and cinema. it took about half an hour and ten minutes of that was looking at a short film of WR Hearst entertaining Clarke Gable, Carole Lombard, Mary Pickford and other movie stars back in the day. What little we saw of his house was beautiful - but completely non original. every thing was ripped off from old european churches and monasteries. i can just imagine this rich american walking into some small spanish church in the late twenties and saying "what ...
... high tide with the LARGEST MOON OF THE YEAR. Before they depart down the beach, they tell me of some pretty well hidden trails in the area, with the detailed directions of a Google Maps query.
With the sun still high in the sky, I take the time to explore the area all along the coast, peppered with dried kelp that resembled the type of alien creature that burst from your chest cavity given the chance. Just in case, I keep my distance from these dead ...
... to enjoy a BBQ grass-fed beef sandwich and grass-fed hamburger. Delicious! Driving a little farther north brought us to the elephant seal breeding area. These things are huge, from 700 lb females to 2500 lb males. The males were mating and playing dominance games with other males. Females were screaming at pushy males to get away, and young seals were barking for their mom's attention. Needless to say, it was loud! The ...