Shambhala Ranch - A Mendocino County Retreat Center
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I've never been so happy to leave a hotel. This place was a DUMP.
We stopped by Point Reyes national park for some (more) good views, but mostly just enjoyed the scenery along route 1.
The dogs are doing well, as is the camper. We're happy Caspar is getting the help he needs, but sad to see him go.
We found a neat campsite with a beautiful ocean view (Caspar beach rv park), and settled for the night. Campfire w/ BBQ and beer. Life is good.
... their vehicles and it was impossible to safely get a picture of the huge one (really!!!).
i stopped a bit early and got a hotel since it is Saturday night. I also need to figure out the next few days. I am 100 miles north of San Francisco right now.
Getting back on the highway part of 101 coming out of Eureka I noticed the exit sign at mile marker 799. There cannot be too many roads in this country with a mile marker ...
We met up with Sarah Judd (which I had not seen since my Morehead University days - 8 years ago!! Time goes by way to fast) at a monastery, but they were observing vows of silence and we figured there would be better places to catch up! There were some hiking trails that sounded enticing but with the steady rain we all decided to skip it.
We ended ...
... beautiful. We drove through vineyards and green hills and gorgeous countrysides. We've already had a little mishap, when we found out our water jug leaks a little when the spout is down, BUT that was easily fixed and not too bad for our first day. <3 Alyssa
... more "vintage" cars and pickups from the 50s and 60s. In all our travels across Canada I cannot recall ever seeing entire towns that resembled these.
After leaving the redwoods we continued on the 101 through the mountains to camp in Ukiah. The roads went from 4 lanes to 2 in many places where it was impossible to have 4 lanes. In many places the edges of the mountain roads had no guard rails between you and the thousand feet ditches! We were really glad to get to a campsite for the ...