Healdsburg Inn - A Four Sisters Inn
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... Literally had to back down the driveway through a stand of Cyprus trees. On e we setup camp, the tunes came on, the beers came out and we sat and relaxed while waiting for Tina, JunI and Dave to show up.
Heading out to dinner at Zin restaurant and will update you all later.
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... other drive thru trees but I believe this is the 'original' one. The entry fee is $5, and there's a gift shop next to the tree.
I had spent the night nearby, in Standish-Hickey State Recreational Area. I had come down from Crescent City on Hwy 101 (which is called the Redwood Highway in California. There are plenty of redwood trees in the region. I ...
... grounded friend, like in feet planted firmly on the ground. I was her grounded friend like if my parents knew at all what I was up to back then I would have been so grounded.
She has three beautiful daughters and a real live cowboy for a husband, a happy life and a center as rational and pure as the day I met her. So the town's expensive but our visit was priceless which equals out to a really good deal!
... thigh. He just flapped his 6 foot wingspan a bit, startling Andrew, and sat there. He was probably thankful we finally moved on.
Next stop was Fort Bragg, another creepy little Northern California port town. It was home to some huge lumberyards. We ate at a barbeque place on 101 called Q. It had very decent food at very high prices, but I was hungry. Behind the restaurant are a few trailers filled with guys on bikes riding around with suspicious packages. ...
... and a true role model for the concept of "disagree without being disagreeable". With only 1 sea day, the lecture was pretty much his standard introduction, but attuned to the astonishing flow of world events from the last 6 months. After Dr. Beres lecture there was time to catch up on Rex Ziak's presentation.
Our sea day was also the day for the Mozart tea. Afternoon tea has been lightly attended most days, but we had quite a full house ...