Sandpiper House Inn
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... is, if someone wants to disappear in this area they will not be found. Rambo, Bigfoot, and the Keebler elves may actually live here....there's just no way to find them! We stopped along the way and photographed the elk, which were very tolerant of all the people. Those suckers are truly huge.
We head out and drive south, stopping at one of the "drive through" trees. There are two, and one is more famous, but we ...
We headed down to Black Point so we could all check out the walk that some did yesterday, it was a wonderful spot and we were lucky enough to see a seal playing around below us in the water. It was very friendly and treated us to some tricks and splashing about before swimming away. We watched the kids closely as the cliffs dropped off quite suddenly, a long way down!
The kids were all a bit tired and in need of ...
... a warm outside shower to rinse off the sand and thaw the kids out.
Henry and Kathy made a delicious dinner, some hungry folks tonight! Their place is so peaceful and relaxing, we are lucky to be able to share it with them. Kathy had made me a birthday cake, it was a lovely surprise and I had many helpers to blow out the candles. We had to, of course, relight a few of them so everyone had a turn. Although, come to think of it I don't think I got ...
... was a mother seal with a young seal that it looked like she was trying to push it away to go out on its own. We saw her hit it with her flipper and then we didn't see them again. Wish them both the best of luck.
Had run out of gas for the stove so headed to Ft. Bragg to get some more. We did check in Mendocino but there was none to be found. We did find me a lovely pair of over the knee socks.
We decided to splurge on dinner and go to eat ...
... to an attached small bar next door. It appeared that the Mexican population of Fort Bragg were in that bar. Something that I had never considered is that we were moving closer to the Mexican boarder and the Spanish language had became more prominent. We shortly found out that it was Spanish karaoke night which always brought a crowd. Around ten o'clock the singing commenced with no shortage of participants. A ...