Travelodge San Luis Obispo
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... for the 5 hours we had paid for and only paid for the 2. Managing to sneak back into the pool was a good way to get set for the 7 hour drive from Furnace creek to San Luis Obispo a small university town at the bottom of highway 1.
This drive turned out to be on the craziest roads. I don't think I've ever paid so much attention to driving before or had to turn the steering ...
We enjoyed a fresh air break in San Luis Obispo, CA. We were delayed because of passenger issues. Some very official looking people boarded our train. We had to stay in our sleeper cars and seats! AND, a drone flew over us!
Beautiful weather here...75 degree and no clouds in sight!
Kallen is excited about changing trains in Los Angelas tonight. Dad and Mom are excited because we get showers!!!!!!!!! Kallen too!
... adults out on stand up boards paddling around.
9/30/13....Drove on Scenic Route 1 today. Beautiful, just beautiful. Stopped n watched the sunset on one of the pulloffs for sightseeing. Really, brings home the majesty of God's creation. How can you gaze upon all that beauty and attempt to believe it just all happened all by itself?
10/2/13....Had to go shopping so we stopped by the beach on the way ...
We actually chilled at the McKinsey´s house till 3 pm, had tri tip for lunch and after that we played some basketball with the guys and Mac kicked some ass.
Than we met Dani at a cowboy bootstore where Max wanted to buy his whole Line Dancing Outfit for the next time which included Cowboyboots, some jeans, a Cowboy hat and a button down shirt with an american flag on it. We were sure that Max wouldn´t have ...
After we left the San Antonia dePadua Mission, we continued south through San Luis Obispo. The only overnight place we were able to locate was Morro Bay State Park. There are other parks in the area but as it was dusk around 4:30 we decided to stay here. This isn't a place I’d recommend just spend the night. The fees in California State Parks are high compared to private RV parks. Morro Bay costs $50 a night but we got $2 off ...