Agate Cove Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and "Holy Sh--". The thing that gets him the most is the lack of guard rails along the cliff-side of the roadway. Plus the fact that a Mustang or Porsche would be more maneuverable on the hairpin curves and switchbacks than our big F350 truck -- oh well. I might, just possibly, leave him back at the trailer next time! The Point Cabrillo Lighthouse, built in ...
... Giant" which fell in a storm in 1991. Sorry gotta bore you with the stats: 370 feet tall (a 30 story building), 52 feet in circumference, 1600 years old when it fell. Had a very twisty ride along Route 1 towards the coast and Mendocino. Everyone except the driver (me) was carsick. Kids recovered from the awful ride with room service and a few episodes of Full ...
... little town has a beautiful location on a headland surrounded by the Pacific Ocean. It is very popular with artists and tourists. We were very impressed with our hotel suite and the excellent food served in the Garden Room. Dinner was prime rib, mashed potatoes, asparagus and lemon bar for dessert.
After dinner there was a program by Pam, a naturalist and expert on ...
... crawling my way around the corners and down steep stretches.
We learned that our new pal was in the construction business. We mentioned that we had just come through Garborville, which was teeming with dreadlocked backpackers doing seasonal 'gardening' in Humboldt county. John laughed and said most of the area's money comes from the large pot gardens we've noticed hidden behind tall fences. In fact, about $50K (roughly half) of his ...
... rough seas.
We have spent the last few days exploring the area. The Union Lumber Company is no more, first purchased by Boise Cascade, then sold to Georgia Pacific and shut down in 2002 as a non performer.The now vacant mill grounds separate the town from the ocean. The 400 acres on which it was built stretch the entire length of downtown. I remember as a youngster watching the logging trucks heading towards ...