Cypress Cove at Mendocino
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I've never been so happy to leave a hotel. This place was a DUMP.
We stopped by Point Reyes national park for some (more) good views, but mostly just enjoyed the scenery along route 1.
The dogs are doing well, as is the camper. We're happy Caspar is getting the help he needs, but sad to see him go.
We found a neat campsite with a beautiful ocean view (Caspar beach rv park), and settled for the night. Campfire w/ BBQ and beer. Life is good.
... there were things to see, but not as important to us as other things. Like everything in life, time management sometimes comes into play. We made a speed run down the 101 to our next stop, another Laurie "must see"......The Avenue of the Giants.
The Avenue of the Giants is actually the old route 101. The new 101 runs parallel to it, but bypasses the forests. Even I was impressed with the trees we saw. Trees 20 plus ...
... were no whales to watch that day! It was an interesting bit of history with magnificent scenery thrown in.
Next on the itinerary was the Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens, an amazingly beautiful place, described as a jewel on the Pacific Coast. We had a delicious salad and sandwich lunch at Rhody's Café right there in the Gardens. ...
After enjoying as much of that as we could, we continued our walk through the village. It has plenty of shops we could have gone through but chose instead to just window shop and look at all the lovely gardens there were around.
All this work made us hungry so we decided to check out the Mendocino Cafe. We sat outside and enjoyed the antics of several American Goldfinch defending their territory! There were also ...
... tend to put up with it. Mendocino also has a lot of these rather odd water towers dotted around, which aren't used any more, but were first put up when people settled here in the 1800s. One water tower per home. The settlers who made their homes here came from the east coast of USA, what is known as the New England area - Connecticut, Maine - and these water towers were common there.
We could see why it had ...