Best Western El Rancho
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We hit the road early and made our way west on hwy 178 towards Lake Isabella. The lake is huge with about a dozen campgrounds surrounding it. It should be easy to find a spot for a night on the lake's edge. So we thought, and we were right. The only problem is that Lake Isabella is a few quarts low, so to speak. After spending over a month in Arizona, New Mexico and Nevada where unseasonal rains have given them spring-like conditions, ...
... have a way of making you feel completely insignificant which I think is a good thing. On the long approach road towards General Sherman, we were held up by a car that had stopped right on a blind bend. A woman was half hanging out of the window staring at something in the trees. I thought "why has she stopped there and what is she lookin.... JESUS CHRIST ITS A BEAR!"
Around twenty feet away from us a black bear was sniffing around a tree trunk. I ...
It's cold and foggy this morning. We took the dogs down to the beach so Dasher could run, and boy did she. The fog is so heavy we couldn't even see the ocean or the rock until we were really close to it. It looks really cool the way the fog lifts from here. It surges up up like steam off of a boiling pot. We took the dogs around Morro Rock and saw a raft of otters. Maybe a dozen or more. ...
... look great we love them. And a must is also to go into one of the Danish Bakeries and get a Danish with a coffee – what better to do that in front of a windmill.
And don’t let us forget that we visited the little Mermaid from Hans Christian Anderson.
On the way here we pass rolling green hills, you feel like back in Germany – so the Danish town ...
... us a couple of cold cokes in cans! --one of my favorite treats and the only way to drink coke. Yippers.
After we left we were heading towards Avila Beach, but continued to drive through the Edna Valley so I could taste wine at the many wineries, but first we drove to the Tackle Warehouse (Dave was so excited) and he bought some giant lures. After that we went to Old Edna Town site which is in the center of the Edna Valley wine region and includes some restored ...