We spent a full 3 days at Knott’s Berry Farm, riding the rides, figuring out what a boysenberry tastes like, and standing in lots and lots of lines.


We started off our Spring Break trip by watching the Angels play the Astros. Unfortunately, the Angels played like they were still on vacation, and lost 1 to 4.


Spending a lazy afternoon exploring the tide pools and walking along the ocean.


Connor is loving all the time he is getting as catcher this season. He pretty much catches the first 2 innings of every game. When not behind the plate, he is usually at 3rd base or in the outfield, because of his big arm.


On the way back down to San Diego, we stopped by Solvang for lunch and a walk around. Then went to Santa Barbara and walked on their pier.


We gave fishing a try off the Pismo pier, but it was freezing code with seriously strong gusts. The only thing biting was the seaweed. So, we went and visited the butterflies instead.


Our boys had quite the view during lunch, from up top of Bishop Peak. You could see all the way to the ocean.


Hanging out in downtown San Luis Obispo, looking for some books and checking out the mission.


We spent the first full day of our time on the Central Coast exploring the tide pools and beach rocks of Moonstone Beach by Cambria. Then we headed further up Highway 1 and took a short hike to Salmon Falls.


Connor needed a box for his Valentine’s Day party, and ended up building a really cool aquarium. There was a hidden section in the back, with a slot on top to deposit the Valentine’s Day cards.