Day 1 (6/13) 289mi. Left home in Downey CA, slabbed it north, shooting for Los Burros Spur Camp, in Big Sur South, 2500’ above the coastline/ PCH. Honda running good, In prep, an oil chg. & new brake pads, along with pretty new Mitas E10s F&R. My baby is a Rally-Raid Conversion on a 2016 CB500XA, a HALFRICA Twin, has already proved her prowess to me, both following on a 2 track, as well as this year or so I’ve owned the HT. A couple personal notes, my avatar is me, while riding Australia in ‘80s, and HandCanonShootr refers to my other passion, Specialty Pistols. These are long-range rifle calibers, some built on un-designated actions, pistol stocked, shot from 100 to 1000yds (benchrest/bipods) caliber depending, all my own precision handloads, my 3rd hobby, any interest, PM me for a picture or two. Traffic was COVID light lots of closed locations, by early afternoon I was turning off PCH, on to a marvelous stretch of forest road thru Big Sur So./Los Padres NF. About 75 min of great forest roads put me at one of several camps on the spur. Previously I’d camped in this site several times. About 2500 ft. above the coast, great views. 3 of the 5 campsites were occupied, the Kirk-Creek CG below on PCH was closed. Set up in a tunnel of trees, tent up, cracked a beer…. Day 2 (6/14) 267mi Woke at Los Burros camp, love the light & views here, lots of campers made it this far into the area. One neighbor has his Benz 4X4 Adv-Van perched in a killer spot, could see PCH below direct from his open side doors. Had a sweet ride out thru Los Padres, heading for breakfast at Deetjens, a Hip-Luxury Motel in Big Sur, their restaurant has the most awesome Eggs-Benedicts, really good. In Stinson Beach a big BLM Protest blocked my PCH progress for a while. Now past SF, My next night was not picked, but hoping campgrounds along the way would be open, every one I passed was closed, except private RV Camps. While I re-supplied at a country store, a pair of LEOs were having a break across the street, one CHP, and a Local PD, when asked about camping spots north of us, the CHP volunteered that they are not siting anyone for camping overnight on any turnouts in his area (thru Mendocino) due to Covid & closed CGs. They also told me that the Park svc has it hands full with the day use areas, any closed CG could be driven into on a bike… They told me about a nice turnout to camp at above Ft. Ross, but as I drove past another closed CG, I looked down from PCH at a dozen empty sites below me. Turning around, I stopped at chained entrance, noting was not closed recently for pandemic, but unused for a season or two, with weeds pushing thru pavement cracks everywhere. To the side of the entrance gate, a diag.brace-beam was only propped into place, when removed, left a nice path into the campground. I drove around the 20+ sites looking for one not visible from road, the tail end of the sites wound down towards a surf (sound). Parking I walked up a small hill, and had a view of a small cove, waves crashing. Even as important, an open porta potty sat nearby. The entire campground had been rough mowed lately, and wood & sticks covered the sites. But I was in a nice little spot, walking distance from seeing the surf, could hear it at night. Deciding to set my s-Bag up on the table instead of the ground, I also gathered enough wood for a small fire. Hopefully more campgrounds north will be open. As the sun set, a marine layer came in, so I set up my canopy over the sleeping bag to keep the dew off. Had a nice fire, and a beer.