Sunday, February 5, 2017

Pday 2/4/17

 We took some time to play with the Astons in Morro Bay this morning.  They made abelskivers, eggs and fruit for breakfast.  It was very delicious and fun to eat with them and then we went to Montaña de Oro Stake Park.  This is one of the largest state parks in California. 

 The views were spectacular even though it was cloudy.  
I thought this squirel's cheeks were its shoulders.  He was busy eating away.

The tide was down which I liked because we were able to see more of the shoreline.

This is foam.

The people up top are on the trail.


These are shells stuck together.

Our granddaughter, Maren, really likes sea shells.  When we saw this one, we thought of her.

This picture doesn't really show how high the waves were.

Elder and Sister Aston
This view is at the top of Black Hill and the one below is looking the other way.  With the rains that we've had, the countryside is so green and beautiful.

Morro Rock



This is a marker on the ground at the top of Black Hill.
After hiking we went to Wee Burger for lunch.  Huy (pronounced wee) ownes the restaurant and is coming back to activity in the church.  The Astons have worked with him and have a wonderful relationship.  We've heard about him and wanted to meet.  His mother who is not a member did the plants and I thought these were unique, shaped like Christmas trees.  We were able to meet her and also Huy's brother who is not a member.  He came and sat down by us to visit for a bit.  We had a fun time.  
We left and changed into our missionary clothing so we could meet the elders in Arroyo Grande to go out with them for a couple of hours.   

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