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... farm fields. Many signs along the way advertizing No Water, No Jobs. It was truly a sad state of affairs crossing this section of the state. Much like the signs we saw driving up 99 from Bakersfield yesterday.
As we moved toward the sandy looking mountains before reaching Rt 46, we noticed what looked to be clouds over one stretch of the mountains. It was a perfect display of a cold front. When we were on ...
... slap-dash camp set up under the towering cliffs and asked if I planned on camping there tonight, to which I proudly answer that I am.
"Well, and not to say that you didn't know already, but we're supposed to have some wicked high tide tonight,", Johnny says with a carefully chosen tone as to not offend me if I knew the risks of the area, "you can see where all that dry kelp by your tent that was washed up there by last night's tide."
"Not to ...
... while we adjusted to the car and the road rules. We stopped for lunch in Monterey, which had had good reviews from several people. It was a shame we didn't have time to stop longer.
The afternoon's driving was far more spectacular, through the Big Sur, which lived up to the hype. We stayed the night in Cambria, across from the ...
... like Laguna looked as though nature had invited artists to create its palm lined beach for it. We perused a few shops before setting off again to rejoin highway 101. As we drove down the main high street in Santa Barbera, passing the luxury retailers, completely lined with palm trees on both sides, you realised why Santa Barbera is so appealing to wealthy southern Californians. Heading north, we headed towards San Luis Obispo with Highway 101 getting emptier and emptier. We ...
... what in the world we were doing.
On our way around the loop we spy an open site. According to the pole, someone was supposed to be in that site from 7/1 to 7/3. (Today is 7/2.) Hmmm…it’s already 11:30. What are the chances of them showing now? We were willing to take that chance! (Thank you again, Jesus!)
SOOO, we listened to God’s whisper, I was able to sleep peacefully, and we still woke up to the beautiful Pacific Ocean! God is ...
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