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... 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 ...
... up and down hills along the ocean
... to like covering themselves with sand with their flippers. There are lots of babies there too. Funny they don't seem to smell bad like the ones in San Fransisco or La Jolla , I guess because the tide comes right in here & washes the beach. Further on & there are lots of beaches with them, maybe it's the time of year. Then we come to the sign for San Simeon and turn off the highway, there's a nice ...
Some tell stories of the whales that you can see off the coast of Morro Bay, but when Sue and the gang went on a whale watch tour to see them, it just didn't happen. Could it be that there were 12-foot swells that day? Could it be that everyone ...
... so here we go.
After that the actual highway (called officially Cabrillo Highway) of 198 km starts. The road is sometimes tiny and steep and there are certainly a lot of curves, but it was a way better than I imagined it. After having read horrific stories from other drivers about the windy Pacific Highway, I was a bit scared at the beginning, but the highway turned out to ...