There are many old surfers in Cambria but this was the only one we saw catching a wave this morning. The “real” surfers were standing on the other side of the road, beside their vans, waiting for the waves to come up in the afternoon.
Scarecrows Keep Coming to Cambria
Don and I drove along Moonstone Drive this morning and took pictures of some Scarecrows I hadn’t seen last year. They just keep getting better and better.
If you are able to visit our little village of Cambria between now and Thanksgiving, you’ll see over 400 “scarecrows” adorning our streets in front of shops, hotels, the Old Grammar School and the Historical Society. They will make you chuckle and smile. “Who thought of that?’, you’ll say.
They come in all sizes and subjects. There is no end to the creativity it takes to imagine and create these characters. This time of year we normally have beautiful weather so plan to spend a day outdoors. Stay overnight in a hotel and eat in one of the little restaurants downtown. This event is for everyone.
See some of the fabulous scarecrows of 2012 on this POST and some of the stars in the festival’s first year (2011’s) scarecrows HERE.
For more information on the Scarecrow Festival in Cambria and a list of winners visit this CAMBRIASCARECROWFESTIVAL.COM.
Visitors to Cambria looking for an empty hotel room.
It this a fairy godmother or a princess?
A couple sitting in front of a hotel, enjoying the ocean view.
This a common sight in our little village of Cambria. Plein Air painting is a popular past-time. Stop by the Art Center to see paintings produced by artists here.
“Give a dog a bone.”
A Cambria mermaid.
A real “dune buggy”. This is planted in front of a hotel on Moonstone Beach Drive!
I think these are “fanshionists”, not hookers!
Neptune gazing at his domaine.
A garden club member riding a motorcycle. Is she in a racing position or is she falling off?
The original Cambria jail. If you use too much water, this is where you go.
Mr. Gruber is the General Manager of the water district here in Cambria.