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Ocean View Campsite on PCH


  1. I am so enjoying your trip...your posts often bring back memories of many summers when a friend and I hit the road each in my van as the school year ended, traveling until it was time for school to resume in early fall. When I read of your thoughts and activities I often laugh or nod my head in understanding. The feeling of living at your own pace, day to day is unbelieveable. Steve recorded some great "traveling tapes" for me during that time and I still relive the feeling when I hear those songs.
    Take care....... (Kim's mom)

  2. I love Plaskett Creek!

  3. @Laurie - Thanks for following along! That's so fantastic that you and your friend took those trips! And pretty sweet that Steve made traveling tapes for you. It's amazing how much music is tied to memory.

    @Rachel - Yeah, Plaskett Creek was beautiful. Our campsite was under a huge old tree. Just perfect.


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