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... thru tree and guess what it had to be done again!! Hwy 1 is a narrower road with much twisting and up and down through trees of course. Came to the ocean again and stopped at Fort Bragg for a coffee. A bit cooler here. We turned off hwy 1 again and onto hwy 128 into glorious sunshine again, and drove through yet more Redwoods, and into the Navarro Valley where there were lots of vineyards and ...
... with it all. Dave plans to make it back up while I am in Europe to finish the floors. Once I am back we do the counter tops and the upper kitchen cabinets. Last, but not least will be the deck, and then…. I’m moving in!
So, when you next get a Monte Rio Blog from me…. I shall be a resident. Huzzah!
PS: Dave made another trip up and got the bedroom floor done. Looks awesome!
After a good first nights rest we headed into Bodega to check out why everyone we had met so far had told us to treat the birds nice (Bodega Bay humour is as sharp as ever). Cool little town with one claim to fame, it was the location that Alfred Hitchcock shot his movie the Birds, not a fact that the local county store is willing to let anyone forget. Had a coffee took a couple of pics then back on the road heading north.
Today should have been a easy day but I missed my turn to Highway 1 and took a 20 + mile detour, so another 70 mile day. You would think highway 1 would be the main road but its not. About 25 miles from San Francisco. I will have a down day in SF. I have a hostel ...
... a Tiki Bar there, so besides the waste plumbing, we got the Tiki Bar put together. We also put up the canvas car cover, (including Dave’s homemade tin floor made from a recycled heating duct) and put up some new fencing in the front yard. The place is really beginning to look habitable!
This trip also included a lot of socializing; starting with the Monte Rio July 4 celebrations. The afternoon included a block party at a neighbor’s ...