The Lost Whale Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... sans panniers. No climb has been as been near as satisfying. The ride to my next campsite, Patrick's Point, was pretty but otherwise uneventful. I rolled into the campsite, happy to see that I knew almost everyone there. Kylie told me how pretty the rocky beach was, just a minutes walk from camp. I steamed a staple meal of sausage and kale and enjoyed it as the sun slowly set on the rocky ...
... store after trying to go by the fresh fish market but they are closed on Tuesday's. Seems we again missed the local festivals, in Trinidad the Fish Festival last weekend and 15 miles in Arcata the Oyster Festival. Oh well can't find everything.
WEDNESDAY 6/18-Decided to check out the area south of us trying to find a path to the Ocean. The weather is the same as yesterday but it seems slightly hazy. We drove thru ...
... At about 4:30, we packed up and headed back to Arcata on the 299 highway. I was sure a day in the sun would bring a severe sunburn, but the sunscreen must have worked its magic.
Katie received a package from Keith Havener of Friendship, Maine for her and Kona. (See photo). After an evening of telling Katie stories we turned in about 9pm, totally exhausted and ready for sleep. Into the back of the pickup which is neatly parked in Luke and Katie's ...
... Park is that it also includes some stunning Pacific coastline beaches that we really enjoyed. The overlook was the first proper wave breaking beach views we had seen in about 4 months and it felt like home. I was happy to be getting back to Perth beaches in a few days.
We found the jointly State and National Park managed visitor centres and trails were pretty small, boring and not well maintained with maps that weren’t even accurate. The signage was ...
The main story from Brian and Bill today is the significant amount of climbing on today's ride. In total, almost 5000 feet of climbing across 62 miles today. It's funny, you look at the map and it looks flat....you're riding at the coast so it's natural to assume it's flat....BUT the aching legs tonight confirm it's anything but flat. Here is the link to today's Garmin ...