Morro Bay is really cute, easy to spend time on shore or onboard. Our first goal in a new place (after anchoring safely, tidying up, etc.) is to connect with the yacht club. We got in to meet a few people, take showers, and get recommendations on local restaurants. Bayside Cafe, in the back bay, had the best pitch: a $9 burrito that can feed two people.
So, off we went in the dinghy. It took longer than we expected to get there, but even when we were out of site of the morro, the hills and valleys maintained their otherworldly beauty.
Since we were just off an overnight sail with one crew member ill, we were starving, and got a burrito each. Enough food that we ate no more than half on site, and had to take the rest to go, great quality, and super nice people.
With the anchor dragging once already, and continuous cold wind, we spent most of our time at the boat. Dinghy & walked to get groceries, went to a social event at the yacht club, but not much else.