Grover Beach Inn
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... the Elfin Forest. No it does not contain elves, put does contain Pygmy Oaks and has a nice boardwalk that ends at the Morrow Bay Estuary. From the pictures you can see these 100 year old Oaks thrive in this unique habitat.
From there it was on to Morrow Bay . The Morrow Bay Rock was used as ...
... do I smell a money maker here).
From the visitor center it was a 15 minute bus ride up to the top of the mountain where the castle was built. William Randolph Hearst, the owner had "a little place built on top of the mountain because he was getting tired of pitching tents to sleep up there". The story the castle is epic and in its day hosted ...
... and beautiful homes were with us all the way.
After driving through Carmel by the Sea we then proceeded down Highway one toward the Big Sur. Needless to say the views were spectacular, the pictures speak for themselves.
After the Big Sur we learned about the Elephant Seal Vista, which is a Beach where ...
After dropping my buddy off at the campus library in the morning so he could be a studious student and study for his midterm later in the day I stopped by the local donut shop on the way back to his house. SLO Donut Co has some tasty donuts that are made fresh each morning. I had a "crumb" as well as their famous maple bacon. I'd have to say they could give Voodoo donuts in Oregon a run for their money. I decided to run up the hill in Los Osos that overlooks the ...
I wanted to wrap up the new year with my longest ride of the year. I decided to ride from Rob's over the hills to Vandenberg AFB. It was a tough 11 miles getting over the coastal range but I made it.
After a 10 mile tour of the base, I still had the return ride.
A total of 32 miles on this ride putting my year at 688 miles.
I think I will shoot for a 1,000 mile year in 2014. ...