Del Monte Pines
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A nice place, especially if you like golf!
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... before deciding to hook it to Big Sur headlands to check out the view.
We pull into the viewpoint, however it’s not a particularly nice day, so the view isn’t that great, but we take the opportunity to quickly have some lunch in the car whilst we have pulled over. We turn around and head back to our campground we had reserved at Saddle Mountain Ranch.
We get to ...
... milky white lady in the (you guessed it) white convertible in front of me thought it would only be suitable to take photos of the traffic and the rescue workers, which is why I laughed when she had to cover herself in a towel
from the sun cause when you have a convertible you never put the roof up.
1 last stop was in the Big sur area which is all redwoods log cabins, camp grounds ...
... kid's cough medicine. Yum. After lunch, we strolled down to the fish mongers at the end of the pier. Following on from last night's sardine success, we decided on another fish BBQ back at the lovely flat. Mum managed to bat her eyelashes and sweet talk them into gutting the sardines for us once again - we noticed she was pretty skilled at getting her way in America! We stocked up with the fish and very chunky king prawns before heading back home. That afternoon, we drove down ...
... hours star-gazing both of us seeing shooting stars. Our time at Karijini NP was just as special as our time at Coral Bay and Exmouth and for such different reasons. Here again we were in the middle of nowhere but inland someway and the scenery and quiet, tranquil surroundings was something out of this world. Karijini NP is famous for its gorges that run through the park and each day we visited a different gorge and found new rock pools to swim as well as creeks which was ...
... fields with irrigation booms that circle them for a
Before we left Idaho we had one last treat: a jet boat ride again on the never ending Snake River through part of Hells Canyon which took us down and then back up a class four rapid. Class five is deemed life threatening. The canyon walls in some parts rise a mile above the water.
Our next experience was ...