Morro Bay

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Just got back from a moody weather run here in Port Moody.  Another day of work donzo and now it’s time to wind down for the evening with some dinner and an episode of Friends.  Basically the routine for the next bit!  I want to get a lot of progress done on my research before Mexico so I can fully enjoy my time down there.  It’s nice to be home long enough to develop a routine haha.  It’s been really good for eating healthy, skin care, and working out.  When you’re doing a ton of stuff all over the place it’s hard to keep up with all of that sometimes!  Anyway, another great routine is waking up in beautiful places on the road.  Morro Bay is what I think of as the border of Northern California and Southern California which makes for a unique feeling.  Located South of Big Sur and North or San Luis Obispo, it’s a quaint little town with an awesome place to car camp.  It’s named after the big Morro Rock, a super obvious landmark and also where we camped (right next to the beach, the best).  This is one of my favorite places to wake up and enjoy a camp breakfast.  The surf here can be fun, too!  The actual town is cool as well with a mix of a cute touristy main street (there’s a super dope Skateboard Museum with tons of Dogtown era stuff…I’m a sucker for any history haha) and industrial/fishing establishments.  Overall, not too touristy but super pleasant to check out.  A great overnight stop if you’re heading North or South!  Alright, time to make a tasty salad.  Goodnight babeskillets, Tita xx

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