Monday, May 5, 2014

Meandering Down The Pacific Coast Hiway

The Pacific Coast Highway is one of my favorite drives.  Oddly, I have never made this trip with my husband until now.  We took a couple of extra days to spend time here.  The first day was the 17-mile scenic drive:

 And the next day we drove further south to Big Sur.  
It was a beautiful day to drive with the convertible top down!

First stop was Point Lobos State Park.
The windswept sandstone looks like something you might encounter on the moon.
I never get tired of looking at it.

This little guy sauntered right between Tim and I to lay down in the shade.

We drove as far as Nepenthe (owned by Kaffe Fassett's family).
Here is our view while we shared a cheese plate.

This little thief was quick....he stole multiple bits right off the plate!

Here is one of the many seating areas on the outside patio at Nepenthe.
Looks very "Kaffe-like", doesn't it?!


  1. Thank you, Sue! It is hard to take a bad photo in this place!

  2. Thank you for sharing these amazing photos!

  3. Those crater on the moon circles on the rocks are so amazing! And what wonderful wildlife came your way!

  4. wow. That was a great virtual vacation.

    1. It makes a great little "freeze-frame" vacation for me, too! I return many, many times...


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