From the bloggers at Gypsy Journal RV.
I’m not a big fan of California. It’s too crowded, too expensive, and just not my cup of tea. But one big exception is the Central Coast. If I had to live in California, it would be here.
The other day I told you about our visit to Morro Bay. We spent yesterday in another of our favorite Central Coast beach towns, Pismo Beach. Terry and I have been there a couple of time before but this time around we had excellent tour guides in our pals Tom and Barbara Westerfield. They have been going there since they were kids and even honeymooned in Pismo, so they know every back street, every good restaurant, and even where to find a place to park in the crowded beachfront area.
After stopping at a few RV parks to drop off sample bundles of the Gypsy Journal, we spent some time at the Pismo State Beach Butterfly Grove. For over 709 years the grove has been the fall and winter home to tens of thousands of Monarch butterflies that migrate here every year from as far away as Canada.
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