Moonlight Beach Motel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... bottle of wine. He'd been on the road for over twelve months, biking and hiking his way round the US. A retired university researcher, his end date was still unknown but he was planning to be on the road and along trail for at least another six months. The evening ended with borrowing some gas for our stove and sharing a beer and stories around the fire with a San Diego couple who were on a Thanksgiving ride down the coast - a very pleasant end to our hiker-biker ...
... missions. We deduced this, probably incorrectly, from the signs describing the Jesuit and Dominican priests who came to California.
We will cut the suspense and tell you first what happened with the cop! We drove into Encinitas looking for a place to have lunch. We pulled off to a turnout near the beach where we kept the car running next to a red stripe on the curb. Since it had a no parking sign and we were standing, we thought ...
... many stop and starts along the highway and heated debates. We decided to hell with Phoenix let's get to the coast! We hit a creepy trader store which carries bison scrotum bags an badger faces, bought blankets and hit the trail to Jerome, a semi-ghost town and old copper mill. We didn't realize, untill we came apron Jerome, that is was on top of a tall mountain! It was awesome as we again crisscrossed our way up narrow roads to the top of the mountain where the old town ...
... laughing in the car park trying to work out how the thing even started!!
Anyway leather seats, seat warmers, sunroof, reversing camera and inbuilt GPS is definitely an upgrade on what we were expecting. And considering we have the car for the month we are very pleased.
Once we got the car started we drove a couple of hours south down the coast from LA to San Diego. So far the driving on the other side has been ...
... Church, I checked out the Beacon church and went to a dinner and theological discussion they held weekly at the small church and met more people there, one in particular that I could see furthering a relationship with. She was a sweet woman who was very giving and merciful of her life stories and her time. She showed me and a few more folks her yurt and I exchange numbers with her to check out the fruit orchard she inherited with a house from her mom. I asked Katherine if she ...