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... to was an extraordinary experience. It felt like a real priviledge, almost like eavesdropping on a different world.
The sky is full of birdlife too.. with the occasional flight of pelicans gliding past in formation.
Goodness we have seen some sights today.
Yep, I have to agree on this one. Totes awesome.
Our home for two nights is the Fogcatcher Inn in Cambria.
Checking in, I was offered complimentary cookies which ...
... LA then onto the 101 to Ventura where we stopped for a bite to eat. The traffic was being pretty kind to us thank gosh. We swapped drivers after lunch, we were leaving the car park and Mum was on the wrong side of the road, after that we were alright! We continued along highway 1 & 101 with a short detour into Solvang which is a little Dutch community about 10 minutes off the highway, driving in it felt just like ...
... I continued forward, knowing that they would move on, soon I hoped. I used my tools of meditation, manifesting and acceptance.
Sleeping with the sound of the ocean was enough, I did not have to be right on the ocean. It was so peaceful.
I need to understand a bit more about camping - the tent I have is a "summer" tent, where the windows don't have zip in flaps. Made for some cold nights, but I made it through.
... death on condition that the Hearst Family may use it as they wish.
A short ride up the coast brings one to the Elephant Seal Viewing areas. Elephant seals were not known to inhabit this portion of the coast but some years ago elephant seals decided the beaches just north of San Simeon would be a good place to haul out and have their babies. They have been here ever since and it appears the colony has grown larger every year occupying more and ...
... through that stretch is amazing, quite like the Great Ocean Road, very windy, with sheer cliffs on one side and the ocean on the other. We drove through giant Redwood forests and tiny towns perched on cliffs, but unfortunately we were running quite late and didn't have enough time to stop anywhere or take photos. We did stop in Carmel-By-The-Sea for lunch, which turned out to be a bad choice because by the time we stopped it was way past lunch ...
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