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One night only here. Instead of going another 100 miles more to the Redwoods, we stopped at this quiet RV park, Golden Rule RV. As it was, we went over 320 miles from Yosemite to get here. And ...
... were the lost souls in the streets and public transport-a lot of crazy, drugged people.
We were pleased to head North and take the coast road. It’s quite cold, windswept, sparsely populated and very West Coast NZ-like.
All is going well here…as long as we can keep Al away from those donut holes! Walking 6 miles to a pygmy forest yesterday did help to compensate.
... 10 for George so didn't break the bank and the breakfast was good - bacon and eggs and all other stuff. Would stop here again if we come down I5. Nice easy trip to Palm Springs with Suzi's help leading us through the LA traffic which is always busy. There are so any freeways that it would be difficult to maneuver through the mazes without her help. The temperature did hit 90F so was toasty when we got here but no complaints. The place looking terrific when ...
... take a break and have a nice coffee. This was after several stops for some incredible rocks off shore that almost look like a fairy castle. We also picked up some things to make dinner for Paul if he wanted to join us.
Got back to the Outlet, got things unloaded and fixed dinner at the Outlet and had a fairly early evening.
... of San Francisco. We drove through some more wine country, but towns and gas stations were far and few between. We took highway 101 all the way to Laytonville, which is a small hole in the wall in the middle of nowhere. It is also the last town we had any cell phone coverage in. From there, it was a one hour drive on Branscomb Road to Westport Beach. It was both an amazing and scary drive through the deep Redwood forest. ...