Carmel Valley Ranch
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... hospital on Tuesday, only 1 week after her stroke. She is doing really well and is moving around better than when we left.
We will be staying in Dallas until late July but then heading north for Sturgis, SD and the 75th anniversary motorcycle rally. Its great to be home to see family but we can already feel the road calling to us :-)
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... of the water and part of the coastline. Our first actual stop along the way was just before we started to head up onto the cliffs at a random blocked off beach that was reserved for elephant seal mating. If you didn’t know anything about elephant seals up until this point or even had never heard of them you would not be alone but don’t worry I learned all the cool and most important facts and will summarize. So elephant seals ...
... Morro Bay is located on the Pacific Coast of California about half way between San Francisco and Los Angeles and on the Big Sur Coast. Morro Bay is a working fishing village with its famous landmark, Morro Rock. It was named by Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo when he first charted this coast during his 16th Century voyage of discovery. Today I decided to wear my name tag upside down just to see how many people notice well only 2 ...
... brought us to the top of a cliff side overlooking a white beach and translucent blue water with a waterfall falling eighty feet off the cliffside onto the sand. This is the classic Big Sur postcard shot where the amazing beach and sand are punctuated on one side by the majestic Pacific and on the other side by rising mountains. We made our way to a far more isolated area called Partington Cove, where a trail wound a half mile down the cliffside across a bridge and through a tunnel ...
After the seals the sun came out so down went the roof, found a 70s radio station and up the Big Sur we cruised, This is 90 miles of winding coastal roads which have been cut into the side of mountains. So on one side you have the side of the mountain a foot away and on the other side you ...