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... on the mind.
We weren't confident (the hide was meant to be difficult) but with some cache nous the extra bolt in a fence wasn't too hard to spot even under the light of a mobile phone torch.
One more - very unusual in that it was hidden in a rock on the footpath that looked like a building site - and home where we settled in to some computing, including looking for places to stay in Las Vegas.
Planning trips is easy, it is the detail that's the ...
... heading to our final spot of Santa Barbara. On our way down we came across Piedras Blancas Beach. Just south of here, the beaches are famous for being home to hundreds of elephant seals. We hoped to see some, but as we were out of season I wasn't holding out much hope. We then turned the corner and then we started spitting then! Fortunately, this is a fairly popular spot and so as we turned the next corner There was a car park ready for us to park up and take some piccies! ...
... north the 101. While we were walking there, we met a couple of people who were in town from Dallas, and naturally I attached hoping they were Cowboys fans! The girl, who said she was 21, was equally if not more drunk than I was, and I could not keep up with all her business. It just proved that I am too old for those damn kids! Luckily, the walk was short, and we ended up purposefully pointing them in the ...
We woke to a beautiful morning and set off to drive the Big Sur. Today was all about whales, seals and cyclists. About 8 miles from Carmel we saw a school of about 8 humpbacked whales. What a sight! There was more whale watching later on. We passed a Naval Facility at Point Sur. The coastline was very rugged and beautiful. Some flies around today which was a bit of a nuisance. .We could not stop at every viewpoint,there were so many. We have seen ...
... returned to the port, found our car and drove to San Luis Obispo, a two hour drive away. The journey was a breeze for Nathan compared to LA, driving a 100 miles straight down the 101 freeway. The radio was turned up, good tunes were blaring. It was all good in the hood! We checked in at the Sun Beam Motel greeted by a friendly host. After being given the key we were shown a lovely room. Its nice to have our own bathroom ...