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... food misfortune, as we were making our oatmeal half of it fell over into the grass! The birds of the campsite quickly found the spilled oats and dug in. So glad that we could feed the raccoons dinner and the birds breakfast.
It was cold and our tent was all dewey so we laid it out to dry while we ate and tried to warm up. After packing up we took off for the day, all ready to get some major biking done. We biked out of the campground and were instantly met with a ...
The drive from Carmel down to LA took me through the Big Sur National Park, where I stayed in a cute little cabin in the forest for a night. I didn't get as much time to check out all of the hikes etc in the park as I thought I might, but it was lovely nonetheless!
The "main event" on the way out of the Big Sur was Hearst Castle or "La Cuesta Encantada" (The Enchanted Hill), the epic home of William Randolph Hearst, built by architect Julia Morgan ...
... no mobile reception. Which is lucky because any possibility of being on the phone while driving the windy roads of Highway 1 in this area would lead to unexpected car-swimming.
I could rhapsodise about the nature, hiking through the redwoods and the elephant seals. But I think you get the picture (and if not, check out my photos at the bottom of the page). What I really loved about this ...
... out of stock. This is looking futile now! So we got some lunch and set off on our southwards journey.
The highway headed towards the coast where immediately it began winding around the coastal mountains and as the road continued we passed beaches filled with surfers and sun seekers.
Some time later we pass Monterey and the US Open at Pebble Beach is being played. We didn't seem to hit any traffic which was a boon and we stopped shortly after at a ...