I can get use to these police escorts. The SFPD paraded us through the streets of San Francisco, Embarcadero, and even having us drive through the famous Lombard Street, the world’s most crooked street. We then got led through I-280 on our way down to our check point in the Hearst Castle. By the time we got to Big Sur, the were some constructions along Highway 1. Some of the guys, including the organizer Marcus, flagged me down saying the wait for the construction to clear could take as much as 3 hours. I decided to just take a long way around and drive some canyon roads like I did the day prior. Along the way, I picked up Roytoy, Scott in a Z06, Camp in a Renntech SL600 and a couple in a Porsche. Sorry, I don’t remember their names. As I was leading the pack and having fun along the way, I kept on leaving the pack behind. Only Roy was able to keep up. Roy and I had to stop a couple of times to get our group together again. At midpoint of the run, Roy told me to slow down so the rest of the guys can keep up. Roy informed me that my rear tail lights stopped working halfway along the run. I check for fuses, but it seems like it was the brake light switch. I called Jeff and Grant at Lamborghini of Orange County and confirmed that the likely culprit was the brake light switch. Since our next pit stop is only 2 miles away from Lamborghini Beverly Hills, Jeff promised me that he would let the guys at LBH to take care of my problem first thing in the morning. Now, as much fun I had on that run, it added a good 1.5 hours in our trip. By the time we got to the checkpoint in Hearst Castle, the tour were supposed to take to the top was already closed. Oh well, on to the pit stop in LA. We got to the pit stop hotel around 9:00pm. Shah was there waiting for us. Nice seeing you again Shah. After dinner, most of us joined the party at Skybar until we realized it we were going to be miss the luggage transport deadline. It could be a very big problem if we miss the luggage transport, as there was no way on stuffing all our luggage in our cars, even if we leave our wives in LA. J With that, we had to turn in earlier than we wanted to.