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We woke after a light sleep to a dull, wet misty day. This was to be the day we drove "The Big Sur", named by the Spaniards "El Grand Sur - The Big South", it is one of the classic drives in the world, following the California Coast in blue skies, overlooking blue sea......
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... rigs in the distance - something we would never see in NZ.
Our silver wagon had only a short drive to our first stop, the Santa Barbara Mission. We had noticed most signage in English and Spanish during our time in California so this place gave us a good insight into the Spanish history of California. The mission was set up by the Spanish Franciscans in 1786 who came to convert the indigenous people. We learned the Spanish influence on California, the roles ...
... of choice for sunset-watching.
The next day, we took a ride around the area, and went back to the park to enjoy a full hour of watching the sun set, with seagulls, cranes, pelicans, sea otters, and whales adding to the natural beauty!
On Tuesday, we toured Hearst Castle, truly an amazing place, filled with an unbelievable collection of art, and the grounds provide an endless supply of beautiful views. On ...
... by a young girl traveling by automobile from Nebraska to California in the summer of 1922. After noting "Saw an airplane in Grand Island" on Tuesday, June 20, she writes...
"...Wednesday June 21...We went through Buda, Kearney, Odessa, Elm Creek, Overton, Lexington. Had dinner took a shower bath. Had good roads, felt fine, papa made a pullman for me in the back seat and I sleep on the way most of the time..."
We said our goodbyes to Sean in the morning and hope to meet again one day, somewhere in the world. We drove right through LA and at Santa Monica we headed north up the coast. We arrived at a place called Pismo Beach and despite being told we would probably get stuck on the beach in our car we decided to drive 1 mile along the beach and set up camp in between loads of RV vehicles. The owners all seemed to own quad bikes and dirt bikes and dune buggies....it only cost us $10 tho ...
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