Sea Air Inn Morro Bay
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... even if the weather didn't) and we got to Morro Bay where we'd reserved a plot. The site was great, full hookups, great wifi and friendly staff; and the beach was just through the gate next to out RV site.
We headed for the beach and the sun did its best to poke though. However the sea - bejesus - back in Ventura the sea was almost tropical but here is was Arctic! Erin and I have been down in Cornwall in the Atlantic on the Winter ...
... more like a grotty precinct surrounding a pier. More Slough than Santa Barbara. We tried their famous Clam Chowder but werent all that impressed (it looked like up-chuck for a start - google that slang if you're not familiar) and when we opted for clams straight up we found to our horror they came breaded and deep fried. Bleeeurgh. However, the beach was undeniably beautiful, wide and flat with big waves - windy though (and not just Edwardo) and we managed a spot of ...
... socialising and catching up with friends of James with some sight seeing. There is so much to see and do that you really need a couple of weeks rather than a few days.
When James lived here he rented a room of Darlene, the mother of a really good friend. She was a lovely person and was keen for us to join her in a zoomba class for the oldies which we did. Unfortunately James has inherited ...
... in the picture it is perched right on the edge of the ocean. We couldn't stop thinking about what happened to the seaside nuclear plant in the recent Japanese tsunmai. We sure hope that nothing like what befell the nuclear plant in Japan ever happens here.
Just around the corner from the plant we pulled into Port San Luis; a place that has some memories for Rick and his folks. When his Mom and Dad were first married they lived in San ...
... and we come off again quite soon at the actual car park entrance and pay a small fee to park. We are almost right on the beach, and it is a different type of beach from what we are used to in Australia - I prefer the Aussie beaches. :-)
We climb up to the Santa Monica pier and look around - primarily for a new hat for George and also for souvenirs. This is the end of Route 66 (or start, depending on how you want to look at ...