I spent the summer at the base of the California Coast on a hike that’s been my favorite of the summer.
This hike started in the coastal town of San Marcos in northern Sonoma County and eventually took me to a place called Campo Bonita in the foothills of the San Joaquin Valley.
This is where the campers were staying during the week and the camper was where they were sleeping.
It was the perfect place to spend a night out on the beach or just enjoy the breeze from the Pacific Ocean.
The camper offered me a nice place to relax and the solitude was nice.
The day I started my hike I decided to go camping.
It’s easy to miss the beach, but if you go with a group of people it’s an amazing way to experience the landscape in an area with little to no traffic.
I didn’t have any camping gear, but I knew I wanted to explore the area with my friends.
I decided I wanted a tent that would hold a maximum of two people.
I found this out the hard way when one of the guys in the group asked if I had a tent for him and his wife.
I had the idea of camping in a tent when I heard about a group camp at the same time.
It seemed like a great idea at the time, but after we got there, I found out that there wasn’t enough space.
There were only two places left to park our car.
The car would have to park in a lot that was also used by a gas station.
We were both kind of annoyed, but we figured if I couldn’t use the car, I’d at least use the tent.
That was my plan.
I picked up my phone and called the gas station to ask for help.
I was hoping for a quick response to the problem.
I’m sure this was just the gas stations parking lot, but it was clear that there were a lot of other people there.
So, I called the cops.
When I got there I was told that the car had already been towed.
The cops had to park their car and they wouldn’t even give me a call back.
They had to take the car away.
They wouldn’t let me pay for the car either.
The guy that was driving the car said that he would be back at the gas pump with a tow truck and that they would have the car towed at a later date.
I called my friend and told him that I wanted the car back.
I left a message and told them that I was leaving and that I would be coming back.
A few hours later, the guy who was driving pulled up and the cops came out with a trailer with the car in it.
When the cops pulled up, the trailer was still in the garage.
The police said that they were going to have to give the car to another police officer who would then have to take it to the police station.
They also said that the tow truck had to get a permit.
I tried to tell them that it was a police issue, but they insisted that it must be a gas company issue.
They said that it would be the first time I had ever been towed and that if I did not give it back to them they would file a complaint against me.
So I agreed to let the cops take the vehicle.
The tow truck drove off with my friend in tow, leaving the car parked at the parking lot of the gas company.
When they got back, the police had to come out and pick up the car.
I told them I was staying at a hotel and didn’t want to pay for anything, but the cops insisted on taking my car.
They asked if they could tow my car, but before they could do anything, a woman came out of the car and tried to get me to give them the keys to the car for free.
When she got out of her car, the cops took the keys and told her to get the keys.
The woman told them to come back later and then she left.
I went back to my hotel and I got the keys from the police.
I then drove back to the gas companies parking lot and was waiting for them to get their tow truck out.
The next day, the tow trucks came out to take my car away, but this time I wasn’t there to get it.
I asked them to give me my car back and they said that I couldn, and they had to tow it.
My friend drove my car out to the parking lots of other gas stations and the police came back with the tow driver.
When he got out, he took the car from me and left.
The gas company took the tow vehicle and towed it to another station and they didn’t let us pay for it.
The last time I went camping, I went with a bunch of friends and the camping equipment was pretty minimal.
I bought a tent and some hammocks,