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All too quickly our time in San Francisco drew to a close and we were back on the road again. As we left we went over the Golden Gate Bridge, which by this point had lost its sheen, seeing as we'd been over it once with Juanita, once with Mike, and twice on the tour bus. It was slightly overcast as we left, which was a shame as the Big Sur, the …
... we could hear many more some way off barking at each other.
The sights were just beautiful.
Wild and untouched and quite simply stunning... or as the Americans would say, "awesome".
Whale Cove was the other side of Point de Lobos, and if anything, even more beautiful, It was a sheltered cove where we saw even more seals and otters playing around in the swell.
Back on the Big Sur, we had the most fabulous drive,
The weather ...
... from the bushes - the cutest little "Pepe Le Pew". I am not sure who was more shocked. We stared at each other for a bit, then she headed back into the bushes. But, she came back out again, after I had moved away from that area. She headed for my tent - I am thinking, oh no, not the tent!!! But she just kept sacheting right on by heading for the next campground searching for food. Phewww, huge gratitude.
... couple pointing out to me as I stood admiring the giant rock.
The Natural History Museum has wonderful collections of books on shelf by the visitor center. I think I was standing there for at least 1 1/2 hours browsing books and contemplating which ones to put on my next Amazon order. Curtis and the boys were so patient with me, they were by the parking lot hanging out while leaving me time ...
... also mentioned in the book. The area did have lots of old oaks though!
THE PROUD BREED by Celeste deBlasis
Although I read this 15-20 years ago I can vividly remember parts of this great book about early California set in the central coast. deBlasis (1946-2001) is a wonderful writer and I have loved everything she has written that I've read. This is a must for anyone interested in the settling of early ...