Howard Creek Ranch
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... enough. Prior to Leggett Hill, we'd had a lovely ride, enjoying the last of the redwoods in the October sunshine. In the main, the hill wasn't too bad, although there were a few choice words on the steeper sections. Angela's back was starting to play up but half a tube of Emugel seemed to do the trick. The top of the hill didn't deliver the views we had hoped but it was still a good feeling to have reached ...
... Well we got the time, we got the skill (ok Dave does), we can buy the beer and hopefully our backs will hold out to get it done in the next week or ten days. The hard part is having to build it around her 8 foot herb garden since harvest time isn't for another couple of months......lol.
We've started to adjust to the new adventure and loving most of it. You ...
... we managed it (twice - one with us all in the car and once without Julie so we could get the pictures of it happening) We then carried on to Garberville - passed the Grandfather tree - which is enormous! And also discovering why we had struggled to find accommodation online! A huge 'reggae on the river' festival! However we managed to get a room in Garberville next to the pool - which is the bit of the hotels that Francesca enjoys the most ...
... after all. After a quick shower and breakfast, we packed up our minivan and headed out of the city on highway 101 over the Golden Gate Bridge. We had a four hour drive to Westport Beach, CA, so we decided to stop in Muir Woods just North of San Francisco on the way.
We drove down a long windy road down to Muir Woods Park and found out just how popular this place was: all parking lots were full and we had to drive ...
... Giants. This road is a must see for anyone that goes to see the Redwood National Park.
We made our way to the closest "large" city to stay the night, as we are around 4 hours from San Fransisco. Every restaurant we walked to in this town was closed except for the local Chinese/Thia place. Enough said. Goodnight.