Lighthouse Inn at Point Cabrillo
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... barely be measured. After a few hours of driving we were ready for dinner. We pulled up at a bikers cafe called 'Bones' and decided to try it. We received a warm welcome despite missing a Harley Davidson! After a hearty meal we continued on our way. The sun began to set at 8.30pm, so pulled in at Point Arena to watch the sunset. Being a clear day, it was a beautiful sight watching the sun go down into the waters. Once the sun had gone down and out of view we headed ...
... that kept popping up try to
convince us to feed them something.
Went back to the car and gathered up our things for a nice picnic lunch with a view out over the Pacific. Very nice.
was a talk on seals that we went to. It was well attended and there
was the added attraction that we would go out to where the seal pups
were. The man doing the presentation gave us a lot information about
seals and also ...
Finally the day they had been waiting for arrived: their birthday. We had known Jerry for at least 10 years before we discovered that he and Jerry shared the same birthday and Nadxli and my birthday are only 3 days apart!
First thing we did was fairly low key. We went to a bakery and had a croissant and took time to check messages, etc. and see if we could find a place to camp starting tomorrow since Russian Gulch campground ...
... It was simply just as enchanting but in its own way.
We found a state park on the map about halfway to Eureka where we were planning to take the highway inland to the Lassen Volcanic National Park. The Russian River Gulch State Park was covered in fog, and we found that it was about 55 degrees outside. It was a neat little park we found with only about 20 sites, and a short drive to ...
... harsh metal environment in which I am living shows complete indifference to the weather or the seasons. It remains the same throughout – nothing grows here. It is an obvious thing that I haven’t previously thought about – the weather provides the variables for sure, but the ship and its environs are just a huge working metal structure that are totally functional every day, every night, every everything! And at home, the grass, trees, fields, flowers ...