Big Sur Getaway

        I have decided to start writing blogs again. I’ve had an abundance of things to say to the world lately, and I’m trying to figure out how to expel them. But for now, here are some photos from Jayce and I’s weekend in Big Sur. The weather didn’t appear to be inviting at first, but it turned out to be just fine for some relaxing and exploring.

20170218-dsc01912Big Sur, described as the “greatest meeting of land and water in the world”

20170218-dsc01918Bixby Bridge, an engineering masterpiece

20170218-dsc01968Coastal cows

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20170219-dsc01997Construction of Highway 1 took 18 years to complete. I found myself constantly trying to imagine how they benched this road into the hillsides.

20170219-dsc01992We stayed at the Ripplewood Resort, and booked a cozy cabin. It was perfect for the winter weather. Small, efficient, comfortable, and complete. Queen bed, fireplace, heater, full kitchen, skylight shower.  I would highly recommend staying here if you have the cash. This cabin was $200 a night. Very warm for the winter months!

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Point Lobos was a treat to walk around. I can’t believe I’ve been missing out on these coastlines all these years. I definitely plan on coming back once the weather brightens up a bit to do some real camping.


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