On the way north, we stopped for a night at Cachuma Lake Campground.
Our campsite, #401, was very nice, with an expansive view of the lake and lots of space between us and the sites on either side of us.
Had we known what a lovely spot this was, we would have booked a couple more days, but we couldn't make any changes as we had reservations for an RV park in Paso Robles starting the next day, as well as our tickets to Sensorio.
The next morning, there was a covey of quail pecking at the ground around our campsite.
In Paso Robles, we stayed at Wine Country RV Resort, and rented a car from Enterprise for sightseeing. Site #72 is at the end of a row, with no sites on the patio side, nor behind us, and the site on the other side remained vacant during our stay.
The day we arrived in Paso Robles, we had reservations for a wine-tasting at Calcareous Vineyards. They have a large lawn area with lots of tables, and when we arrived, we were the only ones there!
The outdoor tasting area is on a hilltop with a wonderful vista.
As we wrapped up our tasting, it was getting dark, and the moon lit up the sky as we made our way to our car.
As we approached our car, we found two cats sitting on it! As we got closer, they jumped down and came running over to greet us.
The following day we tasted at Cinquain Cellars, a very small winery waaayyy out in the boonies.
The weather was perfect for a picnic lunch. Not all wineries allow this, but I found out which ones did during my trip-planning process.
That evening we headed over to Sensorio for the 'Field of Light' experience. We had reserved the 'VIP Experience,' so we we were able to bring our purchased (from within the event area) food to our little table on the terrace overlooking the field.
As the sun sank ever lower, the horizon began to glow, as well as the first faint glimmer of lights in the field.
We were treated to a nice sunset before the sky darkened completely for the light show on the ground below.