Motel Santa Cruz
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Woke up early due to the noise of the sea lions and wild turkeys. Broke camp really fast and set off for our second day down the pacific coast highway. Today we drove way too far. The views were so good we just kept driving... for nine hours.
The first town we passed through was called Manchester! With a population of just 462 it was a …
Today I went to Big Basin Redwoods State Park.. The park, formed in 1901, is the oldest State Park in California. Unfortunately, it wasn't formed soon enough to save most of the trees. The majority of the park has been clear-cut in the past. Some of the trees were even cut after it became a park. In the 1930s the Civilian …
... 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, ...
... and head out for our Whale Watching Tour at 5:30 pm.
As we made our way to our appointment through Fisherman's Wharf, a group of fudge and t-shirt shops on the bay, Tim bought a coat to wear on board the boat. He would have frozen otherwise as the temperature had continued to fall and clouds filled the skies. We all got our tickets for the 5:30 sailing, checked in and climbed aboard the Sea Wolf II ...
Poor Polly had to work and Kent had a doctor's appointment.
It was foggy and Stephanie and I thought we would go to the museum, but it is closed on Mondays. So, when in doubt, I always say, "Let's drive!"
We started out on Highway One with no particular destination in mind.
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking