Sea Gypsy Motel
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or reservation required. It is located 14 miles north of Cambria and 89 miles south of Monterey at 35° 39' 48" N and 121° 15' 28" W."
Pismo Beach - such white sand!
"Lounge in style on the white beaches of the California coast. Pismo Beach offers premium ocean views, a 1200-foot pier perfect for fishing,
and choice surfing".
... were a testimony to his immense wealth. He inherited a fortune from his father but he made his own fortune as well, most notably as the world's most powerful media mogul of his time owning something like 97% of all newspapers/magazines along with 2 movie studios. He owned 37 homes, but this home was his favorite retreat. He also gave much back in his lifetime, one example was his gift of 83,000 miles of ...
... over huge sandy bays lapped by the sparkling Pacific Ocean.
We continued on into the Los Padres National Forrest and the scenery began to change. We passed through the redwoods surrounding Big Sur. You really feel the strong magnetism of the area with its abundance of natural, rugged beauty and rustic charm. Past the National Forrest the cliffs flattened out and the land changed to big open pastures dried to yellow and brown in the dry summer heat. We were back ...
Dave asked me to pick him up in the canoe and when he got in he said we needed to paddle to the back of the cove to get something he found. As we got closer to the edge I saw it was an old anchor. Bonus! He saw it out in the water with the ragged rope still attached so he pulled it in. That will make it a lot easier to fish in the wind. Thanks God.
After we pulled the canoe back in, we found a place to cook lunch in the lake campground, which was ...
... Three in the ageing Egg. It is dark already. Motel after motel displays the no vacancy sign. Had there been a Mr Yoshi Motel (donors who have joined this blog later on: see post 4 – The Institute Assumes Wheels), we would have taken it. We would have welcomed the $1.50 condoms (plus tax) with open arms, so to speak. We spent a gruelling half hour waiting to see if a booked guest would cancel or turn up late at the Mizpah Hotel (built ...