Candlewood Suites Santa Maria
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... Anna!), perhaps can locate some cowboy boots in a small size.
So, mileage-wise, we travelled our longest day at about 540 miles today, with 2 stops, and it was quite comfortable. All told, we’ve driven about 5,000 miles in the yellow streak. It’s been getting great gas mileage, and running smoothly. Seen many other corvette’s out and about – who’d have thunk a sportscar with a 3-inch clearance would be such a good travel ...
... to the hotel and tonight our room is really nice, the hugest bed yet plus room inside for (muddy) bikes. Have a few beers & shower then go down the road to a Mexican restaurant, owners son tells us it's been there since the 60s & is famous for its food (we didn't think it was that great) he was really nice & was a cyclist and so told us the best route to take tomorrow. Back to watch movie 'this is 40' write blog & ...
... were interactive- here you could draw on a screen to make your own jellyfish and send it off into a virtual tank. This was great fun as we designed our own. I sent off a snoopy and a minion. Could have stayed here longer. We watched the sweet little sea otters floating on there backs followed by a tank contains a giant octopus. This aquarium more than lived up to its reputation.It was difficult to leave but we had to start our trip further south to San Luis Obispo and we still ...
... full force winds we’ve had all week. Harlan took some movies from the top of the motorhome, then we walked through the cars. There were some years and models we’d never seen displayed. However, 1957 is always the most popular car on display. The most unique was an old milk truck complete with bottles of milk, eggs in cartons, and wax paper wrapped bread (that’s one I wasn’t familiar with).
... of those cliffs lies the little community of La Conchita. La Conchita suffered a land slide in 1995 that resulted in many homes being damage or destroyed. Mother Nature was not satisfied with that result so ten years later she unleashed another slide that resulted in 10 deaths, including a family that was displaced in the first slide, and 17 injuries. Don't ask my why people still live here, but they do.
We pass through ...