A Real Vacation – Part 3 (up the coast)

A Real Vacation – Part 3 (up the coast)

Recently I had my first vacation in a year, as I discussed in part1 (Anza Borrego) and part 2 (The Madonna Inn), a real vacation is the type where we actually can get out of our heads and our lives and truly relax. My recent real vacation started in the Mojave Desert and then a night at the Madonna Inn in San Luis Obispo and finally a day driving up the Pacific Coast starting in Morro Bay.

My plan for the day was simple, to drive down to the harbor in Morro Bay and take a walk along the ocean. Then drive slowly up the coast and stop when I found anything interesting to photograph. The fact is I ended up spending a couple of hours in Morro Bay. Along the harbor there were a bunch of sea lions on the docs, hummingbird and bees around some pretty flowers and most excitingly a nursery area for sea otters. So I spent a bunch of time shooting at the harbor and then made a nice drive up the coast. A mellow end to a really lovely vacation, something much needed in this stressful times. It was also a little bit of a celebration as I got my second Pfizer shot the day before I left for the trip.

It is my sincere hope that you and your family are vaccinated soon, and that you to can get the opportunity to safely get out of your comfort zone and get a real vacation. ~ Rev Kane

Finally, enjoy some photos from the day.

About Michael Kane

Michael Kane is a writer, photographer, educator, speaker, adventurer and a general sampler of life. His books on hiking and poetry are available in soft cover and Kindle on Amazon.
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