February 5, 2012
Pismo Beach, California
This Pismo Coast Village RV Park is a beehive of activity on the weekends. On the weekends, the place is nearly full with campers. Then, come Monday, it empties out and we have the park pretty much to ourselves (along with other full-timers who do not have to leave to go to work on Monday.)
This is what we saw from our front window on Wednesday.
Right now, everyone around us is packing up to leave. Guess they want to make it back home before the Super Bowl game starts. Speaking of the game, we are looking forward to watching it later today. Jerry has stocked up with the food and is making more.
A Wall Street Journal article discussed the relationship between the Super Bowl and the DOW. If history is any indication, it reports that IF the team that was part of the original NFL wins (in this case, the Giants), there is an 80% chance that the market will go up in 2012. Go Giants!
During the week, we ran over to Paso Robles to pick up new business cards for Jerry. Came across this accident on Hwy 101 just south of Atascadero. Hopefully no one was seriously injured.
Accident on Hwy. 101
We were able to connect with a few people this week. First, we had a nice breakfast at the Creek Side Garden Restaurant in Cambria on Tuesday with friends, Cheryl and Sammy. Here is a picture we took of them.
Cheryl and Sammy
Later, Toni joined us for dinner at our place. Jerry and Toni go back 47 years when they met at St. John's Hospital and Health Center where they both worked.
Jerry and Toni
When we were in Cambria, we dropped off all of our tax materials to our accountant. Getting our tax returns done early -- and it feels good.
Other than that, here are some scenery pictures I took this week.
Taken with the cell phone while on my walk with Chanti. Shows steps
out of the park to the ocean as the sun is setting.
There are actually three sets of steps from this park to the ocean.
Just having fun with my cell phone.
Taken on another evening with the Nikon D300s.
That's all, folks. Have fun watching the game and don't eat or drink too much.