A Missing Sign = Adventure

Just to make clear it’s hard to find your way when there is no sign. I’m just glad Roy was a trucker and I was anal about trailer contents.

The adventure begins, headed through Lancaster CA had to see the dealer so the thought was head up the 14 to 58 straight shot to the beach. (You all know where this is going). It was smooth sailing a few hills and curves the trailer handled well. I did not know the amount of oil, gas, solar, and some fracking going on in California all on Hwy 33. (interesting read https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Midway-Sunset_Oil_Field ). While looking at these wells we pass a road that heads to the right, no sign just a city both of us did not recognize. So we continued driving for about 15 miles. Turn around head back to the road we should have turned on.

If you have not driven 58 it is well worth the trip (here’s the wiki link https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/California_State_Route_58 ). I would suggest driving 58 during the day because you do not want to miss the curves, expansive views, buffalo, hogs, sheep, and of course cows. Pulling into Morro Bay in the dark had to hustle to dinner because off season restaurants close early, we grabbed something to go and ate in the trailer fish and chips great way to christen Lancelot.

Over the next few days I will be blogging about planed events for our October Far Out West Rally