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Travel Blogs from Brookings
... as well as physically challenging task this is too. Once you give up mentally your body just follows suit but what can you do? If you don't keep going no ones going to do it for you! We did have a cinnamon bun in a cafe to get wifi and I tried not to let the sight of another biker ordering round after round of more food let it taste any less delicious but it was hard! I am so used to having enough money to get what we want especially food wise and I've found ...
... in a gondola for bird's eye view of the redwood forest. At the top is a lookout where you an see all the way to the ocean. It was not too bad going up the mountain but coming down was a little scary.
After lunch we visited the Crescent City Lighthouse, at Battery Point. The lighthouse was first put in service in 1856. ...
... trail is narrow, the soil on which we tread is soft, even a little spongy. Lots of duff from hundreds, maybe thousands of years of organic matter accumulation softens each step- sort of like walking on cork. Sure feels nice on our feet, paws and our backs as this soil is truly low impact.
We have to fuel up. The cheapest fuel is $3.99 a gallon or $.40 a gallon less than the price of the least expensive fuel in Fortuna. ...
... of the road. We don't usually wait until five vehicles are following us, we like to show some courtesy to other drivers. On a 40 mile stretch of Highway 20 I pulled into a turnout and slowed to a crawl to allow vehicles to pass. It was kind of weird that the car closest to our coach followed us right into the turnout instead of passing. This phenomenon didn't happen once but three times! The last time I just pulled out and ignored the guy following us.
... but we stopped a few times along the way; so nice to have so many days to do so. We stopped around Willits for lunch, served to us by a man wearing purple eye shadow and sporting pink acrylic nails! We continued on along 101 to the "World Famous" Chandelier drive through tree, it was huge! We watched several cars go through with their mirrors folded in and had a laugh as a man in an Escalade attempted and then aborted his ...
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