Monday, February 20, 2006
Camping With A Group
Our weekend is coming to a close and we had a wonderful time camping with a group of friends and new friends. None of them live anywhere near us, use they are friends we met online.
Today we started the day with light ice on our RV ladder, but nowhere else. It was cold by our standards, but not that bad. Again, it was foggy in the mountains.
After we said our goodbyes and headed out, we saw deer. Our next stop we saw elephant seals. There were mothers, babies and bulls. It is a very interesting experience to see the elephant seals in their natural habitat.
At the third seal stop just a mile or so from the main colony there were a few seals, but we also saw a couple of sea otters. They were over 100 yards offshore, so we needed binoculars to actually see that they were sea otters. It was fun watching them diving and coming back up and floating on their backs. I am sure they were eating something they got off of the bottom.
Right now it is 5 p.m. and we are parked on a high bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The sun is dropping toward the horizon and we should have a beautiful sunset.
This is the end of a perfect weekend. After dinner, our drive home should take a little over a hour. Sharon just checked and last time it took an hour and a half from this same spot.
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