Morro Bay Sandpiper Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We broke camp early and was ready to roll at 9:30am. Fernwood had been joyous and memorable; we could have stayed a whole season, but it was time to roll on. Texas and the mid-west were beaconing. Deanne had been telephoning her old school buddy Graham who lives in San Antonio with his partner Kelly, and arrangements had been made to rendezvous at …
... thing – the Rock. I’ve been through Morro Bay many times and only once I have seen “the Rock”. It is a foggy town for the most part, but the weather experts tell us that the next three days are to be sunny, sunny, sunny. We pulled into Morro Strand for our first night – a first come, first served campground without much to speak of except extraordinary views of the Rock and the ocean. Steps from the ...
... whole place to ourselves.
After a caffeine boost we headed down into the valley below. We parked up and took the short walk towards Yosemite Falls. Unfortunately at this time of year it's completely dry, it usually dries up in August. It's obvious to see the path the water takes in full flow but looking at it dry is a bit like looking at Kiss without the makeup. Nowhere near as exciting although I have absolutely no doubt it is incredible when it's in full ...
... many gulls can come in such a short time and how fast they can empty a bag of chips.
We are on the way north along the famous scenic HWY 1 – and stop at the San Simeon State Park… but why would be pay 35 $ for dry camping, when there are not even showers, because of water conservation, when there is nice free camping ...
... I was right and did you know that despite 'nowhere else in the world' a freeway here you can cross over and do uturns on! Amazing the driving here. Unfortunately my cold gets the better of me (and/or anger) and I nod off, where Andrew keeps driving without my navigation skills and sees the bear signs and more lovely scenary. Crisis was averted with apologies all round and trying to sort out the stupid GPS We pull into San Luis ...