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... in the picture it is perched right on the edge of the ocean. We couldn't stop thinking about what happened to the seaside nuclear plant in the recent Japanese tsunmai. We sure hope that nothing like what befell the nuclear plant in Japan ever happens here.
Just around the corner from the plant we pulled into Port San Luis; a place that has some memories for Rick and his folks. When his Mom and Dad were first married they lived in San ...
... continued up the coast far enough to reach a KOA Kampground (spelled with a "K"), where we pitched a tent and spent the night. We met a father and daughter team who had driven on a motorcycle all the way from Canada. Bradlito and she spent several hours in the pool together and we met again at the campfire. KOA has a great campfire, so blazing hot that it melted my tennis shoe! Now, when I do yard work in those shoes, I always think back to our special night at the ...
The tour bus arrived a little before 10:30 am to pick us up for the wine-tasting tour. (The bus was a shuttle-bus size, not a Greyhound.) Our driver/guide was Fritz, the same guy we had at the end of the New England Color trip. Fritz is a nice guy, about our age, and knows just about everything about wine. It made the tour even more interesting.
We left the RV park for downtown Paso to pick up the lunches, then to a hotel to pick up the ...
... head in the process. They are very large animals and can be aggressive, especially the bulls which can reach a weight of 5400 pounds. Interestingly, the babies are fed till they are fat and happy, then mom goes out to sea never to return. Eventually the kids get hungry enough to head out on their own in search of food.
Another ten minute ride along the hilly seaside bluffs we reach a very twisty stretch of road. The Santa Lucia Range ...
... puzzle and yelling, “What’s a four letter word for dummy?” I yelled back, “B-I-L-L.”
We made it to Paso Robles, and we’ll be here for two nights. There are vineyard tours available, and Barbara and I will take one tomorrow. It’s supposed to last about four hours, so we figured we’d stay ‘til Thursday to sleep it ...
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