The drive to Pismo Beach from the San Francisco Bay Area was colorful, as the fields were growing a variety of vegetables, and the hills were flowering with mustard plant and other wild flowers.
We like to stay at the Pismo State Beach North Campground for the wide-open space, especially compared to other campgrounds in the area.
The state beach is beautiful, especially in the morning. As you can see below, the park was half-full of Air Streams. It looked like a nearby Chipotle exploded and the burritos landed all over the park (jk!)
Lucy enjoys her walks on the beach, and loves it when I jog so she can run beside me!
We also went for a drive on the beach in the CRV, which is always fun.
For lunch, we tried a new place, ChipWrecked. It specializes in flavored small batch potato chips. They were great, as was the sandwich.
Another prefect sunset on the beach….ahh
The next day, we were treated to a special treat. The annual Vintage Trailer Rally was right next door at Pismo Coast Village RV Resort. It was open to the public for several hours, and we thoroughly enjoyed touring the RV’s, all from 1930-1979, and talking to the owners about their passion of RV restoration.
Here’s several photos from the visit. You can also read more about it here, at the Good Sam blog.
Al & Deb