Motel 6 Atascadero
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... preserved including a black bear, grisly bear and mountain lion. The local ranger was pleasant and we chatted about drought, the land and other topics of common interest. Off on the road again with the town of San Simeon on the GPS screen. This is were we got back on highway 1 and found the Pacific Ocean again in all her brilliant beauty. Today's drive was mere 150 odd miles and at around 3pm we rocked to a Hearst Castle which is about 3 miles out of ...
... s fear issues. He does not believe that they are entirely genetic-based, and he showed us videos of dogs much more difficult to rehabilitate with whom he has had success. Spotty will either be rehabbed and rehomed, or he will be rehabbed and stay with Brandon.
Brandon scoffed at me when I said that I would pick him up if euthanasia was considered. He said that there's always a first time that he might fail a dog, but he highly doubted it ...
... headed straight out the back door to take a swim in the sweet creek and cooled off. Siena and Owen were loving it. We waited until they enjoyed there swim before we pointed out the tons of crawdads hanging down by there toes. After the creek where else would you want to go, but up to the deck to sit in the sun and bird watch while the kids roasted in the hot tub.
The next few days were action packed with World Cup, ...
... end of the pier which was where we found the fish market, but we didn’t end up buying any as it all seemed overpriced and most of it was not local. The bay looked amazing so we decided we’d come back tomorrow to canoe in the bay with the doggies and get a better look at the sea lions.
We decided to spend another night at Santa Margarita Lake and headed back there for the night. We were so full from our late lunch and yogurt that ...
... bay. The fog had rolled in thick but the water remained calm. We checked out the noisy sea lions and the pelicans and generally practiced our kayaking skills. Fortunately no one capsized or was lost at sea! We returned home for BBQed tri-tip (a cut of beef only found in western USA), fresh corn from the garden which the girls shucked, salad and ...