Casa Palmero at Pebble Beach
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... Attached are just a few pictures to give you the feel, we would highly recommend going if you get the chance.
The drive from Pebble Beach south to San Simeon soared high above the rocky coast line and took 2 hours of twisting & turning up & down driving, beautiful but we barely got down before the sun dropped into the ocean. Needless to say I did not get any pictures because we did not want to stop at the turnouts ...
... on so he decided to start a fire again in order to make s'mores. Queue more toilet paper and grass smouldering and smoke inhalation.
That evening we watched the stars come out slowly and the visibility where we were was amazing. In terms of night sky. However it being dark, it was difficult to see much else, and the smell of our food had attracted many critters. Not really a wild girl, I was feeling very alert to all the ...
... which is usually only for military families but during off season is open to anyone. We paid for a round and cart and spent $88. We were able to start right away and played with only the two of us until a couple of holes in, when Bob invited a solo golfer to join us. We ended up playing only nine holes today and will play the back nine tomorrow. Because it gets dark so early here, twilight ...
We headed down the Central Valley, John Steinbeck country, trying to figure out the vegetables they were cutting, planting or prepping for; an endless cornucopia of truck crops comes from the Central Valley to your grocery store. Lettuce, celery, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, artichokes, strawberries, bell peppers, garlic, green onions, on and on. And in the hills, walnuts and almonds.
After getting back to ...
... of their sound, I find a few. Some further away, some just a mere few feet away. I do what I can to get decent photos as the sun has set completely and dark has come upon us.
The evening ends with dinner at Isabella's on the Wharf. I'm seated at a table with a lovely view of the marina where I enjoy my meal (chowder, calamari and apple pie) and chit chat with the table beside me (they are visiting from the UK).
It has been a wonderful day, truly unforgettable.