Gorda Springs Resort
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Today we need to get to Big Sur, or the surrounding area. We have an appointment the next morning with our wedding caterer at the wedding house.
More freeway and rain. It wouldn't bee so bad, but when your van has a top speed of 70, and there is a 20mph driving headwind, that drops your speed to 50. UGH.
There was over 10 inches of rain in just a few days. The Oregon local radio reported the most rain since 1911 or something. We saw rivers that had burst their ...
With the morning nearing its end, we left the hiker-biker site with only our strumming American rockster still around. It was a very late start and with no more food outlets for the next thirty miles, we stopped for a sit-down brunch about a mile into the journey, which essentially meant an even later start and some clock watching from Steve. However, it did have the benefit of breaking up the long and arduous hill that had ...
As we continued down the coast we stopped at many different viewpoints to admire the coastal landscapes and the sun glistening in the calm ocean. We sat on a rock at the top of a cliff and had lunch whilst looking over the breathtaking scenery. Not bad at all.
A surprising find along the road was a viewpoint for Elephant Seals. Neither of us have ever seen these, well apart from on a David Attenborough documentary. ...
... course. Many of the soldiers made the decision to get on the bus today and not complete the full distance. That is ok. Its important that they avoid pushing too hard and injuring themselves.
Normally, I would complete a 93 mile course like today's in about 5 hours time. The 10 and 1/2 hours is double the normal time....but the experience was priceless. I'm exhausted tonight ...
... down the coast. Brilliant!
One thing we've seen in a few places are ground squirrels; they're like normal squirrels but have less bushy tales. The ones at Carmel beach were extremely friendly. We'd just picked up a pastry for lunch and I tore a bit off and the squirrel loved it. I ended up with a crowd of people around me watching as the squirrel quite happily stood up on its back legs on my hand eating whilst I stroked ...