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... several RV sites, and this bunch of redneck yahoos have to park next to us. The kids unload and immediately start arguing, the dogs start to run around and then they start to discuss when "the others" are getting here…. this does not bode well. eventually, The Others arrive and make a pigs ear of parking their equally vast trailer, taking out several small trees and ploughing up most of the road in their attempts to do so. " NO WAIT, CODY - BACK IT UP ...
... book; Ken finished a Jane Austen book. We watched ocean waves come in, walked the beach and watched the sunset over the Pacific Ocean. Doesn't get much better than that.
Getting there was somewhat of a bear though. We had to drive through Los Angeles. There was so much traffic and this was the middle of the morning. I kept thinking shouldn't all these people be at ...
... the RV & car in tow and headed to Van Nuys. We left the RV at the generator repair shop. Dori & Nubi took us out to lunch at The Sixth. We got back to the RV around 4 PM. Dex and the repairman worked on installing the the generator until after 8PM. We arrived back to the campground in Ventura around 9:45 PM, tired, hungry and our bank account much lighter. At least we can get back on the road again now!
... his earnings. There is another guy that has put **** on his van - actually looks quite good - and he charges people to take photos of it. There is a proliferation of old vw campers and beetles. The architecture is heavily southern spanish influenced. A lot of surfboards. Blokes hair is a little longer Yes, the stereotypes appear to be ...
... and watched a 40 minute movie on how the castle was designed and built. There was some great old footage. I left Hearst Castle and had to pull over almost immediately as I spotted 3 zebras on the side of the road. They were descendants from animals William Hearst had in his private zoo up at the castle while he was alive. Back on the road I carried on to a town called Cayucos. I stopped off at the Cayucos Tavern and Card Room which was an old style saloon. I had ...