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... the Treebones lodge and resort, for a delicious sushi and steak dinner. We enjoyed a delicious local Passa Robles wine, and since Zozo was not in the mood for sleeping, she spent the meal cleaning the floors with her knees and charming the other guests and waitresses (as she does so well). A delicious cheese cake and porto to wash it down, and we returned to our hotel for some late night giggles and film viewings in Dan's ...
... great interactive exhibits for little kids and Barb. The sea horse exhibit was phenomenal with an actual film of a mating dance between male and female which culminates in the female passing her egg to the male who carries the egg to maturity….
Following three hours at the aquarium, we drove back down the coast to Big Sur Campground. We were early enough to enjoy the late afternoon and evening under the coastal ...
... We made it halfway before it got dark, and while Jonas was tempted to press on in the dark, I gently suggested that I'd rather not plod along a poison-oak lined trail in the dark and the campsites here looked perfectly fine thank-you-very-much. So we set up camp along a creek and soaked our dirty tired feet for a while in the icy water. We completed the fInal 5 hilly miles the next morning, and reached the springs campsites well before noon. ...
... Cabrillo Hoghway (CA-1) and drove through some of the seaside suburbs of San Mateo County. Not too much time passed when we were separated from the hustle of the Bay Area by the Coast Mountains and headed past the good smelling outskirts suburb of Half Moon Bay. Past Half Moon Bay the area gets more remote. We passed a handful of little vegetable farms and then CA-1 began twisting and turning as it likes to do. The next city was Santa Cruz, at the north end of Monterey ...
... grasses along its marshy shores billowing in the wind. Now we’re back on 101 heading north and the coast is just a few miles ahead, time to put my laptop down and enjoy the view.
A few hours later, settled in the hotel in Pacific Grove and finishing up this post...
The rest of the day’s drive up the Coast Highway was incredible. After we passed Hearst Castle the coast was defined by steep bluffs plunging down to the crashing ...
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