We are about halfway home it has been an interesting few days I guess.We haven’t had an internet connection for three days. We spent Monday night in a rest area at Oceanside which is north of San Diego. That wasn’t the plan but that is where we ended up.Which meant Tuesday we were travelling through Los Angeles at morning rush hour. Now as my friends and family know, I don’t like crowds of people or driving in big cities. Especially in a RV towing a car. Unfortunately I wasn’t driving, and Skip figured everyone should drive through LA once. Well, he was wrong and we were not friends by the time we reached Ventura.
Wednesday morning we were headed for San Francisco which Skip assured me we would reach after rush hour and that the traffic wouldn’t be bad at all. The traffic was terrible, there was a lot of road work but the GPS took us right into the city.
A trolley car on Market St.
I liked this house, the picture isn’t crooked the street is
It was just after we passed this house that we realized to get to the Golden Gate Bridge we had to go down one of the steep streets San Francisco is famous for.
This picture does not do it justice, the road went straight down for four blocks with a four way stop at each intersection.
The sign at the crossroad said high crest, trucks not advised, and there we were in a 30 foot motorhome towing , it was terrifying.
The Golden Gate Bridge
We spent Wednesday night just north of Leggit California, in Standish Hickey SRA
Yesterday we drove to Oregon, we usually stay at Harris Beach but this time we drove to Cape Blanco State Park.
Along the way,
Our site at Cape Blanco
The Road to the beach
The Beach is magnificent
Sophie and Louie were so happy to run on the beach
Jake chasing Sophie
The wind was really cold, but the kids on the beach were barefoot, and one boy had no shirt on. click to enlarge.
We stayed here two nights, and tomorrow Saturday we are going inland to Eugene.
Our last desert sun rise at Holtville Ca.