|Highway 1 along the California coast.|
|We took a break here before heading into Pismo Beach.|
|Paddle boarding is increasing in popularity.|
Although there were occasional threatening rain clouds, we skirted them and stayed dry.
The lush countryside lends itself well to cattle grazing. And we did see a lot of grazers on the hills and in the valleys.
Before long, we were riding in countryside dotted with rows upon rows of grapes. Yes, this is wine country.
|One tunnel along Route #1|
|Beautiful rollings hills with grapes a growing.|
We have read many blogs, these past few years, by RVers who revel about Pismo Beach. We looked forward to having a look. It does not disappoint. It is a tourist mecca and, based on the numerous RV parks we saw riding into the beach town, this place caters to RVers.
|Arriving at Pismo Beach...and heading to the waterfront.|
|The old hotel|
|Having skipped lunch, we were hungry and it was an easy decision to find a dinner place in Pismo|
|A great boardwalk|
We thought about finding accommodations in Pismo but it was only 5:30 pm, when we finished our meal, and with our late start today, we chose to head further north.
|Arriving into Cambria, on the Central California Coast.|
|This town is a great find. We are glad we stopped here. It is clearly historic and is reminiscent of a Tudor style Old English village.|
|Coffee shops abound.....and, as we learned, coffee is grown in these parts.|
|Very quaint.....very pretty.......very clean and very pleasant!|
|Old historic home that now operates as a B&B|
With an earlier start tomorrow (Thursday), we plan to be somewhere north of San Fransisco.....but we'll see how it all goes. There is Big Sur, Carmel, Pebble Beach (and its famous golf courses) and other distractions along our route.
|At the entrance to Pismo Beach State Park|
Thanks for dropping by.