We left the wonderful world of Elephant seals and headed north on the
Highway with the sun shining down on us to make
this another wonderful day. Our visits to the Big Sur
region in the past had given us better opportunities to stop along the roadside as
we had parked the RV and driven south with the truck only. When driving north pulling a big RV, that
changes the parking opportunities for sightseeing.
|Big Sur California coastline
|Gorda, Big Sur, California
|Private driveway on Big Sur
|Bixby Bridge, Pacific Coast Highway
|Rocky shoreline of Big Sur
|Mesh safety netting
|Big Sur, California
|Blue waters of Big Sur
There are nine state parks on
but with very limited access to the beach.
This is to preserve the natural habitat and there are some conservation
areas offshore to preserve the marine life.
It was a great drive even with the big RV’s and taking photos out the window. We were on our way to our next stop for an overnight stay where we watched the sunset from the beach. See more of our travels on the Pacific Coast Highway here.