BEST WESTERN PLUS San Marcos Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to California where the evidence of drought is everywhere. Lake Isabella is a shadow of her former self. Not really a shadow, a ghost. An eyesore if you are cynical. The road on 178 was eye opening. We came from the low brush (but very green with lots of little flowers) into California where it immediately went gold, as in brown and dry. As we increased our elevation we started to see Joshua Trees galore then conifers. When I was ...
... what I was seeing. I'd been wishing to see a bear all the way from Canada! But now it was happening what the hell was I gonna do? I made the decision to get out of the car to get a couple of pictures but didn't hang about for long in case his parents were around. I slowly crept towards it as quietly as possible to get close enough to for a few clear photos. I stepped on a stick which cracked under my weight and the bear flinched and looked right at me. He had a ...
... floated off by itself until one of the others started thrashing and screaming. It sounded like it was calling 'Mom, Mom, Mom' over and over again. The lone otter looked over and started swimming as quickly as it could to get back to the crying one. The reunion was pretty cool to watch.
Danny and Lynda came by in the afternoon to take us to the classic car show that was going on in ...
... in. What didn’t fit in were the Ostriches we saw. But then we discovered a rusty old truck when we were driving the tree lined road.
Morro Bay State Park
Back at the ocean… we find a campground within trees. Close to the Marina, we find a nice spot to watch the sunset, had a first glimpse of the Moro Rock. Another amazing thing, this is the ...
... exploring the cute grounds we went inside and I sampled their wines. It was $10 which included however many samples and a glass to keep. Very tasty wine; I ended up buying six bottles.
Finally we made our way back to the beach, only to realize that the beach we (or I) thought was Avila beach was actually Pismo Beach; not a big deal except that we were trying to buy some fresh seafood for dinner and we had read about a pier that sells it which we mistakenly thought ...