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... Church was great. Then Dave and I ate at Taco Bell before heading back to Pinto lake. I usually take naps on Sundays and felt it coming over me as we drove. Plus, I was exhausted from our action crammed day in San Francisco so I slept for a few hours while he fished. I was experiencing super sharp shooting pains throughout my legs since last night I guess from the intense ...
... baking me. The church was a block away and it was mostly made up of the homeless community. What a cool thing to see. Their mission is the homeless and although I couldn't stay for the whole service, it looked legit. I had to catch the bus to Boulder Creek for the gardening job I had I been doing before my truck broke down. After an hour bus ride, I got there and she a list all ready for me for the next few days of what she needed done. I was really excited about ...
... into the campground together.
We had 2 campsites next to each other while Clayton/Jen had one on another loop. As Jen had recently decided that they would stay in a nearby hotel as Fynn was so little, their campsite went empty. Then, as it turned out, Zoey was really sick, throwing up; good thing they had a hotel.
We sat around the campground and then the beach on Sat. just vegeing out. Unfortunately, Clayton had to do a bunch ...
... the Sea Lions at Piedras Blancas and Hearst Castle, both of which are close to San Simeon.
Let's start with Hearst Castle. It's set high up on a hill and the only way to it is via a tram from the visitor's centre. There tour leaded fares can be purchased, which will then provide you will access to the Castle afterwards. There are quite a few tours, all scheduled. Depending on the season, I suspect that it would ...
... she made the call not to take any photographs because she felt she would get more from watching rather than concentrating on getting a good shot. A good call I would say.
Alex thought the whales and dolphins were "mean" but he did suffer with a bit of seasickness, actually more queezy than actually vomiting.
We also saw a blue shark patrolling at the surface and a type of dolphin with a very long dorsal fin.
Overall an ...