Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
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... rookery where we saw many Elephant seals lazing on the beach, swimming in the clear waters and fighting over their females!!! It great to be able to observe them from about 50 metres away. From there we pushed on along the Big Sur coastal drive - and what an amazing drive it was! The road followed the coastline all the way, wedged between steep hills and the ocean, with many bridges built out over the water to dodge cliffs. There were many vantage points along the way ...
... and during dark and ones with large waves… one thing is for sure – even after the 6th ride we still enjoyed the great vistas on:
- The Quintin State Prison: we were so close we saw the inmates in the yard – Paul said one waved him, so maybe after coming by every 3 morning in a row some recognized him??
- Angel Island: and we wonder about the old ...
... just hanging out with me today.
It was after nine by the time we got back to the truck for the trip home. Traffic was not bad on the way back, and we arrived home shortly before midnight. It did not take long for the entire family to be headed for bed, and I dropped off to sleep with wonderful images of a fantastic day dancing through my head.
I am living my retirement dream everyday. Life is good. ...
... festival happening and it was filled with different representations of each country performing Monday came and I got a call from the garage where Roxy and Louis spent their weekend and he said the truck started right up for them.. So they drove it around for a bit and ran a bunch a tests on it. Luckily, it acted up on them as it did me so they were going to work on it for the next couple of days and try to fix it. With more time to explore and get to know my new friends, ...
... to drop it off the next day.
The next morning we drove back to Monterey to pick up a luxury Minivan which Chris had found on an Asian National Rent a car website so it only cost $320 for the week instead of $1200. We unloaded the RV into the Minvan and stacked it all the way up to the top, thank god it was large.
Chris headed off to San Louis Obispo to give a final clean and hand over the RV while Zach and I went back to the ...