Winters in Big Sur are the kind of preferred living , that based
exclusively on its beauty, makes a vacation fun. Day one started off dark and cold;
a coffee-pit-stop in Santa Barbra, a food stop in SLO, and a beautiful windy road via Hwy 1.
When we got to our campsite, everything was easy to find
and we were so pleased with the site – its much more developed compared to a yellowpost
site – but we knew it was not a secret spot. There were so many perks to being near everything,
at Pfeiffer campsite.
After meeting the storekeeper at the lodge (which came in handy over and over)
he showed us what he thought to be a guidebook for our adventurous spirit.
We had our sights on getting the most from this trip, and I’d say we succeeded.
Monterey county is a romantic place to go gallivanting, hiking, and sight-seeing!
Day 1 was devoted to familiarizing ourselves with the campsite, buzzards roost hike, and the
requisite photo-Op of McWay Falls.
McWay Falls. Stood in line, a tourism-must.
Beautiful pine branches
Our go-to breakfast: Soyrizo con huevos
These redwoods were our neighbors at camp!