Everyone is doing something here. This must be the most fit state in the country. People are walking, running, bicycling, surfing, playing volleyball etc etc etc. We are parked on the side of South Coast Highway 101. Across the street we can watch the ocean roll in. It’s like I am on the sidelines of a marathon or maybe the tour de France. Everyone is in great physical condition. Even the older folks are getting their exercise on.
I’d have to seriously back away from the Funyuns and ginger ale if I lived here.
Watching the surfers brings back memories of “sliding” in the winter. You sit on your sled at the top of the biggest hill you can find, push off and go whizzing down the hill at break-neck speed. The 20 seconds of exhilaration was always worth the 10 minutes of work trudging back up the hill.
Surfing looks very similar to sliding… paddle out, wait for a big wave, push off, ride it towards shore for 10-15 seconds and paddle back out for 5 minutes or so. Over and over until you either get bored or tired.
I saw my 3rd Sportsmobile. They’re pretty recognizable. I like em.
You’ll find pretty much every type (and size) of RV out here. This was a 20 foot 2004 Roadtrek. Small but cool.
It’s just beautiful out here. This is San Elijo State beach. <--- click
No dogs on beach. Sorry Tigger.
Tigger says… “I don’t need to go down to the beach. I can just pee on all these bushes right here.”