“Whether it is recreation or relaxation that you are seeking, Morro Dunes RV Park is one of the most beautiful, enjoyable locations on the California Coast. Enjoy camping at our pristine nine mile stretch of Atascadero Beach. We are steps away from the Historic Morro Rock and the picturesque Harbor of Morro Bay.”
Gotta admit that our enthusiasm was taken down a notch or two upon seeing the huge generating plant onshore close to the facility. It seemed to fill the viewscape for the first few hours.
After that however, the stacks just blend into the scenery and you pay more attention to Morro Rock and the amazing beach.
We spent most of Christmas Eve day at Hearst Castle in San Simeon. Jeanette was the BEST tour guide ever. She totally had her schtick down and made you think she was sharing the story for the first time. She’s someone who obviously enjoys her job and it’s always a pleasure to be in the company of someone who feels that way.
On Christmas Day, after doing a beach run on Morro Beach, we dressed up in festive attire (a Santa hat for me, antlers for Jasper — making him a “Labradeer”) and did the Morro Rock walk.
SO many people smiled, laughed and stopped to either talk to us or take pictures of Jasper that our Christmas Day was completely perfect. We called him the “Labradeer”.
Really, what more could you ask for? Making people feel happy with such a simple gesture.
Shouldn’t we be doing that EVERY day? 🙂