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On Thursday we drove to Scotts Valley to visit my son Adam. We stayed at the Santa Cruz Ranch RV Resort. He came to the motorhome after work and we went out to dinner. After that he took us on a driving tour of Santa Cruz. On Friday we had a great breakfast down by the wharf and did more touring of the coast area. Adam is very good at showing us around to all the ...
... as evidenced by the signs that said---'no admittance, priests at work'. Wonder what they were working on??????
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The days are warming up and the sun finally came out this afternoon. We decided to visit San Juan Bautista about 10 miles away. It's an old Spanish mission ...
... that our fuel tank holds 150 gallons. a GOOD thing is that we were not empty---so $300 did a fair job of filling up the beast. Then as Willy says, "back on the road again'.
Travel was fine until just about 14 miles outside our destination---then we came to a crawl of 15 mph MAX. Later we were told that this slow down is an 'every week-end' occurence as folks come back from the beach on Saturday and Sunday. FINALLY ...
815am- well the world didnt end and we are almost home!! A quick Starbucks stop... Thank you Ron!! We are about 4 hours from home!! 11am- can safely say I'm over fast food!! 330pm- after a few wrong turns through Gilroy and hecker pass... WE MADE IT ...
... strawberries and who know what else. Once we were there, we turned eastward away from the coast and were suddenly in small rolling hills that turned quickly into larger ones as we drove into the coastal mountains. Once again the views were wonderful. There were quite huge eucalyptus trees…we didn’t know they could grow that tall. Soon after Castroville, we were close to San Juan Bautista where we decided to stop ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking