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... The speed limit was 55, but if you wanted to live, you go no more than 25 mph. This stretch of the road took a lot longer than planned. It also made Jessica seasick so we pulled over as soon as we got to sea level, just to relax her belly.
At the bottom, the road continues to twist and turn, but not in the same maddening way. The ocean is always to our right, usually a few hundred feet below us over a cliff. The sea was full of rockstacks and tiny islets. ...
... California. The wild Oregon coast gave way to the Redwood forest. We just had to take that side trip as we both love nature. Found the perfect place to stay in Redcrest (Redcrest Resort) smack dab in the middle of the Avenue of the Giants. This is a linear parkway which is all giant redwood trees. Beautiful, narrow, dark and magical.
Now this may have nothing to do with nothing ...
... later) and to relax before I head onto Santa Fe. It's a long ride to Las Vegas.
I remember reading travel message boards regarding the perils of Route 101 and 1. You need to focus on driving but, the ever present desire to view the scene thus negating your primary need persists. The coast, can't say enough about it but, I longed for highway because my focus was getting crushed by the intensity required to drive these ...
Hi everybody. This is my last week back at Ratna Ling. It has gone by so fast - seems like I just got here. I drove out here with Bill, leaving NM on March 16th. We visited my mom, went to Death Valley, Carson City, NV, Placerville, CA (near the gold discovery that started the Gold Rush and where one of Bill's relatives was killed by Indians in 1850), and Sacramento. I put Bill on a bus/train/bus/train back to Alb. and drove to the ...
... of the city, so this was sort of a halfway point. We almost missed each other, because cell phones didn't work and the park headquarters/visitor center we thought was there did not exist. But we managed to find each other. Spent the day walking on the beach, eating seafood, and driving out to Bodega Head where we could hike the headlands and watch (thru binoculars) the huge pile of sea lions on a ...