Morro Rock & San Luis Obispo
Morro Rock is a volcanic plug located just offshore from Morro Bay, California, at the entrance to Morro Bay Harbor. San Luis Obispo (Spanish for St. Louis, the Bishop of Toulouse) is a city in California, located roughly midway between Los Angeles and San Francisco on the Central Coast. /5
I went on a motorcycle ride with some dear friends of mine today. ( Helen Vinokurova, her husband Jerry Craig Vinokurova and Daniel Davidson ) Jerry and I started at his and Helen's home & met Helen and Dan at Templeton Market. We then headed to Cambria to hang out at Moonstone beach for a while. Then we were off to Morro Bay's Hofbrau for some lunch. We checked out the breakwater out at Morro Rock. From there we took off to Baywood, Cuesta by the Sea and Los Osos to look at the Back Bay. Finally we stopped Home Depot parking lot in San Luis Obispo where we took these pictures and parted ways! Great day, great ride, awesome friends!
nor cal...morro rock not too far from San Luis Obispo, I'm going up there when I come home cuz my BFF goes to school there
I'm in San Luis Obispo for the next couple of days for a water polo tournament. We are actually staying in Morrow Bay . I love this little town and the big Morro Rock that seems to have fallen from the sky and imbedded itself forever on the shores of the pacific. Tomorrow I'll take my team down to the wharf between games for really fresh fish & chips.I live coming down here. It's a lovely place.
Had an awesome trip taking Rebekah Judkins to Cal Poly SLO. Almost every "coast access" exit we go off and found some cool places. Enjoyed Hofbrau Morro Bay for their chowder and hand carved roast beef. Morro Rock was pretty cool, found tons of hermit crabs eating one of their buddy's and fighting over the shell. The campus and downtown San Luis Obispo, California was very hip and young. What an awesome place to grow. Don't forget my last piece of advise: "stay away from stupid people" :)
Morro Rock @ Morro Bay, CA, we have always wanted to live there. The closest, we got was San Luis Obispo.
Morro Rock, the ancient landmark towering 576 feet above the entrance to Morro Bay, was named by Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo during his voyage of discovery up the California coast in 1542. The last in a chain of long-extinct volcanoes, Morro Rock soon became a landfall for Spanish galleon...
Shot with Nikon D300 and Nikkor 18-200mm @ 18mm. Update: The Seven Sisters is reference to the series of volcanic peaks that stretch from San Luis Obispo to Morro Bay. There are indeed seven of them, although this picture only shows 5 or 6. The final one in Morro Bay is the famous Morro Rock.
Photographic Prints of Kayak rental and Morro Rock, City of Morro Bay, San Luis Obispo County, from Robert Hardi...