This is last of the posts relative to our little roadie to the central coast of California. We stopped at the little bay of San Simeon. The wharf there was built by George Randolph Hearst, to make the delivery of materials easier, during the construction of Hearst Castle. Although it's on a great part of the coast, there isn't really much to see there. Lucky for us there was some practice sea rescue operations taking place.
A pretty good panoramic shot
The victim (to be rescued) is in the water, to the right.
Here is part of what I love about this part of the coast. Farmland going right down the edge of the ocean. See the awesome old barn in the background?
This is pretty much all there is at San Simeon. The pier and one little store.
The rescue boats made a nice pose for me.
This guy was watching the helicopter also. He wasn't much for chit chat though.