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... of wind. We hoped that it would die down, but the wind was at our face all day. It was exhausting, to say the least. We did not make it many miles today and ended up staying on the side of the road outside of Ragged Point, where we had a beautiful view of the ocean. Even though it was a hard ride we did see some very beautiful things. We got to see zebras on the side of the road and hundreds of Elephant Seals laying out on the beach soaking up the sun and many beautiful coastal ...
... beach. We grabbed a coat, the camera, and headed to the beach. We walked to the overlook first, which was a gorgeous view as we were on top of the cliffs. Then we walked down the path to the stairs, and then onto the rocky shore. The smell of the salty air, the cool breeze, the sound of the waves crashing and the sound of the rocks clanking against each other as the wave retracted, and the colors in the sky was incredible. We walked over the rocks and eventually to sand. We ...
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San Lorenzo County Park
King City CA 93930
An early start has to happen on this day, and we tried very hard. I had decided I was going to try to do breakfast first this year at 5 and then change clothes pack and take down the tent. That worked pretty well. Mikes leg was hurting pretty bad so he went to get it worked on and taped ...
I woke up early with the first sun rays after a good yet short night of sleep under the stars, hidden behind the trailer for the Kenda/ 5-hour Energy Pro Cycling Team. As I was packing up my sleeping bag and gears, Will showed up with a coffee and cookies for me. How sweet!!! I chatted for a while with the guys then they left as they had to get to Solvang for some Time trials in the afternoon.
The first part of the day was nice and sunny. A guy ...
... have wedged themselves into and formed the ceilings of the "caves". So although there are the same warnings for people with claustrophobia (as in any cave), there are some openings in the ceiling and sky views that ease the tight feeling. It is very cool to see the size of some of these boulders. They have steps and handrails in portions, this is a well traveled cave system.
PROS: Close enough to the SF South Bay Area for ...