road trip to big sur | part II.

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we rented a cabin for a good deal on flipkey and [besides us not knowing where the heater was and almost freezing that night] it was so fun to stay all together in a private cabin!  we had a deck with a view, a fireplace, and a hot tub.  the only downside of our stay was having to get out of the hot tub to make the four foot sprint to the house in 20* weather.  we ate at cafe kevah for breakfast and i highly, highly recommend this place!!  gorgeous, insane views, delicious food, and the BEST MOCHA ONE WILL EVER DRINK.  it only has outdoor seating so it can be a bit frigid, but just layer up and you should be justtt fine.  my brother brought along his go-pro camera for the trip so i’m hoping to make a little video of our adventures.  one day.  after i finish that whole branding thing i’m working on for my biz.

on our drive back down to southern california, reis and i stopped at sand dollar beach and hiked along the bluffs down to the ocean.  yet ANOTHER ridiculously beautiful place!  minimal amounts of people around, firing waves, and just being in awe of God’s creation made for an amazing end to our short trip.  we had the best time exploring the coast with my brother and sis-in-law and are really hoping to make this trip an annual thing.

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