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We drove down to Joan's house on Saturday.
She's our friend who lives in Castroville The artichoke capital of California!
Paul and I thought as we were in the area where there are a number of Catholic Missions that it might be nice to go to Mass in one of them.
So after consulting with Joan, plus our trusty GPS, we decided that the one mentioned in the caption was the one to go to.
It was a ...
... where we stayed. A perpetual foggy mist clung to the RV park like barnacles. On the other side of the hills (a ten minute drive) the city was sunshine and blue skies, akin to being in two cities at once.
Even as we threaded our way South, keeping the Pacific Ocean to our right, the fog was being sucked in and blown out of the jagged coast line by hot and cold inland winds, grey pea soup on the inhale and sunshine on the exhale.
It was normal ...
... would love, love, love to come back very, very soon.
We are getting close to the end of our trip now. Only 3 days in San Francisco to go and then 4 days in Las Vegas before heading home. At least we will see Sacha & Roo in Las Vegas and then we can't wait to see the grandchildren. It has been a long hall, but we have loved every minute of it amazing.
Can't wait to head east..................Las Vegas here we come!!!!
... sunrise to a pretty awesome view, there was just a huge cloud below us it was quite a spectacular sight! We finally did some real camping on night three, we stopped on a beach, sat on a giant rock and watched the sunset , then made our own fire, cooked sausages and pasta over our little stove, drank lots of beer and slept in a tent on the roof of the camper ha ha it was funny! We continued our journey to LA, down highway 1, driving through Big Sur, stopping ...
... looks like Battlestar Galactic and charges a whopping $40 per tasting! Plus they only make one wine, so that's for one glass. No surprise that we all went "thanks, but no thanks" to that tempting proposition.
Decided to visit the less spaceship / more Tuscany looking winery Peju just a bit further up the road. These guys mainly made red wine so I bailed on the tasting and bought something from the gift shop instead. Julia did the tasting and had fun ...