Copyright 2013, CABS for Reflections From the Fence
April 9, 2013
Time to leave Morro Bay and head northward. The 101 and 1 and all things west coast await our discovery.
Today's ride reminds us that we are in major food producing area and a few oil wells too. It is quite amazing how many pumps they can pack into a few acres. We also saw wells drilled into what appeared to the the old highway, gotta say that was a bit bizarre.
Grapes, lots of grapes, not the first nor last we will see. Did anyone ever say, they grow LOTS o grapes here?
Water (in the aqueduct), crops, fertile ground, trucks, foods a comin - -
Trucks full of food - -
These large artsy advertisements are quite popular, sorry, don't remember just what she was growing/advertising, looks like flowers.
We start noticing Historic El Camino Real bells (That is pronounced reeeeee al, in Carol speak/pronounce/spell. It is not pronounced "real".)
We arrived in our campground, parked next to friends Mina and hubby HoboBob and enjoyed our new abode and RVing friends. Good stuff!
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