Abigail's Elegant Victorian Mansion - Historic Lodging Accommodations
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... and more tents and marquees than you could poke a stick at!!!! There have been several wild fires in this northern part of California all started by lightning and this incident operation was set up to fight one right on the highway covering about 5,000 hectares! I accessed the Fire Service website and got all the stats and there were actually 2,000 firefighters, 160 tenders, 7 helicopters and a dozen water tankers at the site we saw! Amazingly when I read more about ...
... and awe-struck soul;
For here we sense life's proper goal;
To be like these, straight, true and fine,
To make our world, like theirs, a shrine,
Sink down, Oh, traveler, on your knees,
God stands before you in these trees.
-by Joseph B. Strauss,
builder of the Golden Gate Bridge
Breakfast was in the Pacific Grill, the hotel restaurant. ...
Before leaving Fort Bragg, we had to photograph those 2 houses. What a colour scheme. Anyway, we headed off towards Eureka and were again rewarded with magnificent views of the coastline. As we headed inland, the route took us along a winding road which followed the shape of the valley. First up then down with no bridges. It was quite a change from the coastal road we have been travelling since SF. ...
... down on it in case we ever traveled to Iran. I still have the card in my wallet.
Another incident to remember occurred in a Walgreens that we wandered into after a few drinks too many. Monica approached this innocent Philippine woman working the cash with a tube of something called Gun Oil and wanted an explanation of its uses - knowing all along that it is a sex lubricant. The poor women turned red and started laughing and ...
... they gave the Mexicans independence and they took over California, Texas and Arizona.
In 1850 the American's took over those states and it was only a decade after that when gold was found were charges starting to happen. It is therefore no wonder that there influence has stayed.
Next we had lunch in Willits which is a small town with their main industry being wines and vineyards with a little timber. All this area had large vineyards ...