Remember this from my last post?
What an experience! On the return trip back to LA we were able to see the beautiful side of the snow found through the Sierra Nevada pass.
Mr T and Mr. Connor survey the road ahead.
This time we had my brother, Richard, aka Mr. Connor, with us, so extra bodies in case we got stuck!
Dog wrangler extraordinaire!
But we did not and after emerging from the gorgeous mountain range we headed to Carmel to spend the night, with our goal to drive the 17-mile drive through beautiful Pebble Beach. A drive worth every penny of the $8 each car must pay to take the drive.
And now for something completely different!
These two little Black and Whites were up for anything!
Snow - no problem. Surf - Let us in. Cold weather - where's our jackets? Troopers all the way!
The rough surf this particular day made for some great picture taking and exciting spectating.
I don't have a super zoom on my camera, so you will have to take my word for it that those black dots on rocks are seals and pelicans. True story!
And finally towards the end of the drive you see the iconic tree that is native to this region and the trademark of Pebble Beach.
Unique, small cones on the Cypress tree.
This lone, small Monterey Cypress symbolizes the hardy nature of those who must survive the punishing winds and rough seas found along this part of the coast of California.
Still busy running around showing my brother the sights.
Lots of fun, diversity and surprises along the way.
Now, y'all come out and visit me. I enjoy this new role of tour guide!!
We've had such good weather (for Mr. Connor it's cold, but at least not raining) during his visit that we have been able to take full advantage and see some wonderful sights.
So nice, also that Mr. Tennis was able to take some time off from work and join us for most of our adventures.