Valley Harvest Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
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Today is the last day of summer in America and we have clearly not thought things out carefully enough. The weather is glorious and all the people have come out to play on the Labour Day weekend, lapping up the last of the summer rays! We have to pick up our hire car and leave lovely San Fran this morning and these driving-on-the-wrong-side-of-the-road experiences are always stressful for both of us. I don't envy Paul having to drive but I am very grateful that he does because I ...
I have been to the oldest and now the newest, Pinnacles Nat. Park. It has been a Nat. Monument since 1908 and was just made a Nat. Park in 2013. An unusual little place. One east entrance, one west. Both have access roads that are only one lane in some spots, so no RVs here. No road crosses the park and no scenic routes. Everything can only be reached by trails. The park is ...
... a bit worried that I would be all alone in the woods. I had no idea what was in store for me when I got there. But I had faith that this journey would take me to something really cool. As soon as I took off the fog started rolling in. It was staring to get cold and dark and soon my wind screen was full of water. I soon passed Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park. That is where John had told me I would find McWay falls. It was because of these falls that I made the trek this far ...
... that was the scariest road I have ever been on, and I have been on some twisty, turny roads. On the passenger side we were so close to the mountain that I was sure the truck mirror was going to hit it. It couldn't more than inches away. After a good while of this, I had to ask Ken to stop because I was about to hyperventilate. But the road did get better and I was able to enjoy the ...
Another late morning and a quick stroll around Morro Bay - we needed warm clothes because of the sea fret. First time we have been cold since we got to the US. It didn't look any better in daylight. The Rhyl of the West Coast although we did find warm croissants for brunch which you wouldn't probably get in Rhyl. Drove north up Highway 1 hugging the ...