Hampton Inn Morgan Hill
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... train that came into the station while we were there. It had a load of passengers sitting in open carriages behind it, and the weather was once again beautiful for it. We had our lunch on a picnic table - we'd stopped at a bakery and bought some goodies with us........and then we went for a long, slow walk through the magnificent redwood forest. We were looking out especially for a banana slug - a big bright yellow slug that inhabits ...
We have a car now and have been exploring. The countryside is very dry as there has been little rain. Our lunch spot yesterday was situated in the town of San Juan Bautista, or mission town. Here you find the 15th mission built by the Catholic Church .. Here is an excerpt! Founded by Father Lasuen in 1797 this mission was unwittingly located directly above the San ...
... dog, and headed to Gilroy. A quaint little town we will explore more later. Bought some of the largest sweetest bing cherries I've every had. Appears Gilroy is known as much for its cherries and strawberries as it is for garlic. A quick and non-descriptive meal at Chili's, a short grocery store run, and back to the coach to turn in.
We left Santa Maria mid-morning for San Juan Bautista. It was ...
... for all we care. The next day we attended the Santa Cruz local Burning Man party. Good lord what a great party! This ticket cost a tenth of that of last night but it was 3 times the fun.
After Santa Cruz we are doing a two-week road trip to finish our North American adventure. And then it’s two months of South America before we come back home in time for Christmas and New-years. Time flies when you don’t have to work! See you ...
... seeing the redwoods and continued on past Carmel by the Sea to Marina, CA and have stopped for the night at Marina Dunes RV Park. It is very nice, and the folks that run it are very friendly. We might drive back down the coast about 15 miles in the morning and go to Carmel by the Sea for a little while. Then we plan to head inland either towards Kings Canyon or Yosemite. We will make that call tomorrow.
We drove 133 gloriously beautiful miles ...