Sea Gull Inn Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... for us after having dealt with the San Fran driving fiasco. After lunch, we set out again on Hwy 29 and passed two cute, quaint towns with lots of old (and big) Victorian houses, in nice condition: St. Helena and Calistoga – Calistoga is where a famous raceway is. We didn’t stop, but headed up into the hills to a place called Cobb. Well, the narrow two-lane road wound up and back and forth, twisting and turning with a number ...
As hard as I tried, I couldn't pass up the opportunity to have my picture taken under the infamous Drive-Through Tree. I'm a little ashamed to admit I payed a whopping $3, but oh well, it was worth it. After Leggett, a short descent marked the beginning of the first of two steep ascents. Going up the face of the hill, the forest was so thick that it almost seemed to be evening. After summiting, ...
... We called ourselves the Redwood Gang and planned a hand sign for greeting each other. Later John quipped that he and Dan were giant Sequoias and the rest of us were coastal redwoods! Very funny!
We arrived in historic Ferndale, about nine AM and viewed many well-preserved Victorian storefronts and homes as we drove through town. At the Ferndale Museum, we had a ...
... appreciating the scenery.
We all walked down to the beach and had a happy hour as we watched people in kayaks and surfboards out in the water. There were also some abalone divers out there as well. This evidently is the season for free-diving for abalone.
Robert bought some wood from the Campground hose , I collected driftwood pieces and we all went back and had a very nice fire, dinner and caught up on news of each other.
... Then we left US101 highway to take the coast road highway 1 - which we think was the original 101. This did mean we had to cross a mountain to get there - very twisty, hairpin bends, steep gradients. We saw loaded logging trucks also on the same route. I'm glad we weren't going up behind one. Then the coast again which by now was very misty. Apparently if there was no mist the Redwoods ...