Trinidad Bay Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... i hadn't just done something stupid. It wasn't until about 30 seconds later that my real problem dawned on me... My bike was locked to itself, and the key was in driving off about 30 miles per hour off into the distance. I immediately went to ask the camp host if he would drive me up the mountain, but regrettably he said he wasn't allowed to carry passengers in his golf cart. By this ...
... suggested we go to the right, so we did, only the road dead ended at the river and we were forced to turn around. Returning to the fork in the road we then took the left fork, but this road was no better as it narrowed down to the point where the bushes on both sides of the road were scrapping the truck, and it also dead ended at the river. At this point we decided that we have had enough of dirt roads for today and after a drive down ...
... a little better as they were closer to the parking area so we took a few pictures. The Roosevelt Elk are native to CA and are the largest of the 3 elk. We then proceeded on that road and took the 4 mile unpaved road up and around to the beach on the other side of the cliff. We pulled out the chairs and snacks and watched the waves and the crazy people in swim trunks with the wind blowing and 60 degree temperature. Their driftwood puts ...
... Maps to see if we really had reached the end of the Avenue of the Giants!).
Back on the main highway heading north, we have noted we are out of supplies for babies, including nappies as well as baby snacks. George is getting a little grumpy, so we turn off at the nearest town, which happens to be a place called Ferndale in northern California. The town has a rustic feel to it, some of the buildings appear quite old. We are able ...
... the screw tops.
After the talk she gave us five different wines to taste and at the end we bought a bottle of Roche Topaz which is a 2011 Late Harvest Wine. Its a sweet wine at a cost of $30. Most of the wines I tasted were not my type.
Next we were off again and received the history of the land we were going through. One thing I cannot get over is the Spanish influence that there is in California as a whole. The design of the houses ...