ALONG THE PACIFIC COAST HIGHWAY

 We met a group of bros who had just graduated from Bible College and they led us down to a cove near Avila Beach. And baptized us. Just kidding. They were Bible College grads though. Real nice chaps.

We met a group of bros who had just graduated from Bible College and they led us down to a cove near Avila Beach. And baptized us. Just kidding. They were Bible College grads though. Real nice chaps.

AvilaRocks
 Precise point this photo was taken. 

Precise point this photo was taken. 

 Over the Pacific.

Over the Pacific.

 Fruit stand stop.

Fruit stand stop.

 Lake Casitas, the only Lake I've ever encountered where swimming is prohibited.

Lake Casitas, the only Lake I've ever encountered where swimming is prohibited.

 Santa Barbara street art. 

Santa Barbara street art. 

Santa Barbara Steps
 Santa Barbara Pier.

Santa Barbara Pier.

 Avila Beach.

Avila Beach.

 Seals created a Big Giant Bed at sunset. 

Seals created a Big Giant Bed at sunset. 

Along Highway 1 we stopped at a fruit stand in Guadalupe where I unnecessarily whipped out my limited Spanish ("que es?" "that's a nectarine." "ahhh si, muchas gracias"). Scott also experienced Urban Outfitters for the first time and could not, for the life of him, imagine why anyone would want to live in lovely, gorgeous Santa Barbara ("There's no waves!").  

It was a big stretch of highway up to Big Sur which called for good driving music, so from me to you: here's a mix. Enjoy it on your next road trip, even if it's your morning commute.