Best Western Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... enough time to explore the state park and hope to catch sight of the garter snakes and seals that are often seen in this area. Sure enough, when we got down on the beach, a helpful gentleman pointed out the seal swimming around the rocky outcrop in front of us. So we just sat with our flask of coffee and watched for the seals to pop up nearby - a lovely start to the day. No snakes though. The ride to Santa Cruz had some tricky hills ...
... and features stunning views and amazing houses.
We also did a few short walks one in a state park where we there were Giant Red Wood trees, other walks were along the coast where we saw sea otters, waterfalls, ...
... the big climbs, including 2 more mountain sized hills, the adrenalin rush of inching along roads set hundreds of feet up in the cliff face with nothing between you and a sharp drop to the ocean crashing far below.
Hairpin descents which, when traffic free, allow you to slalom down mid-road at white knuckle, bone shaking speeds.
The beauty, power and wildness of the ocean is life affirming, pure ozone, rocky outcrops pounded by surf, sea ...
... beer hats and suspenders. Josh tried on the beer hat but didn't buy it, however he looked awful cute in it! The day ended with Italian ice (at a German festival?) and then Lilly stayed overnight at the RV. We read stories, watched a short video on her I-phone and then off to bed.
She said to us going to bed, I hope you never sell Big Mo - I really love him". How cute is that? We're so glad we ...