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Moonstone Beach


It was 110 degrees when we passed the Jack Ranch Café in Cholame last Sunday, heading for Cambria to celebrate Robbin’s birthday. The temperature began dropping in Paso Robles, but we were grinning ear to ear as we started down Green Canyon into a lovely sea of fog where the car’s thermometer finally settled on 61. Less than three hours from home, it was a luxury to have nothing to do but eat, read and sleep.


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