Cayucos Beach Inn
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... The other two cooking were also a father - son team, so everything went smoothly.
Our day started around 8:30 am with preparing the meat for cooking, and completing all the pre-cooking prep work. Had a quick lunch of fish tacos about 12:30 and then started the actual cooking process. Fires hot by 3 PM and the beef was on to cook.
There was also sausage and chicken skewers ...
... around even more than this sentence. It was sunny and 70 degrees too. We saw birdies and trees, animal things and creeks and bull elephant seals (I know this cos I picked up a copy of the bull elephant free newspaper from the local bull elephant do gooder). There must have been a hundred of the creatures (Bull Elephant Seals. Not do gooders)laying, sunning themselves on one of the few accessible beaches along the entire length of the Big Sur run. This, of course means we were ...
... and don't like about this R Ranch (Red Bluff).
Like: Pool, RV, pond, river, food.
Dislike: Truck, cabin
Monday August 13, 2012
What was your favorite part of Morro Bay?
Swimming was my favorite part of Morro Bay.
What parts did you NOT like?
Waking up at 6:00 in the morning.
What do you miss about Washington?
... and since we didn’t have enough cash we had to drive back to the little town. We decided to stop at the grocery store since we didn’t have food either, this way we could get both. But neither of us were in the mood to deal with food shopping, for some reason this is still one of the things we don’t do as easily like the tent. Gabe likes to buzz right through and I find my self wanting to look more to be inspired for ideas to make for dinner. But after a ...
Thanks again to our Roadside America App we found out that San Luis Obispo has the "first motel in the world" and we just had to check that out. Check out this excerpt from the wiki entry for this place:
The emergence and popularization of the automobile in the United States of the early 20th century inspired many car owners beyond commuting into town. The poor roads of the ...