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... it? Needless to say, it was full of Americans doing just that! Found a monster fir cone ( a foot long by 4/5 inches in diameter ) from a giant Redwood. Will try to get it home in one piece. No wildlife to be seen apart from a stag ( about to cross the road) on the way out. Liked the signs by the road " speeding kills bears". If you ...
... San Francisco you can see why people fall in love with the city! So much to do so little time. In our short 3 day stay we tackled alcatrez, which was totally breathtaking and 1 billion percent recommended, did a San Fran bus tour, travelled across the Golden Gate Bridge which was windy as f.....a really windy bridge, smashed sourdough and clam chowder, aught up with Tims cousin and partner, had way too many cocktails accidentally broke ...
... and it takes half the time of coming down. Both boys race up all the steps with no problems having loved their adventure underground. Next stop, 10 minutes down the road to Murphys. We roll in, park the car and start to wander down the Main Street, within 2 minutes after walking past countless wine tastings, we conclude we should have stayed here overnight. We find a little place for lunch where Gretchen gets an awesome coffee and then ...
... got in on the act, and I went up a couple more times. Once with Jimi where a local told us we'd ruined Bon Jovi for him (I said he was welcome) and to do the bloke bits on Total Eclipse of the Heart. It was whilst doing this a smashed Dan decided to drunkenly jump onto me, whilst I still had a mic in my hand. He had a nice bloody print on his tshirt from my nose. Nothing major, but it makes the constant blowing a bit more sensitive. The locals seemed to be a mix of ...
... city took us right through downtown Los Angeles and we had driven many miles before the urban sprawl started to decrease. The weather was really nice as we made our way north to Bakersfield. This is a part of California that I had never been to and it was nice to see the orange groves lining the road as we got close to our destination. We pulled into the RV Park in Bakersfield and felt immediately at home. It is a nice place with trees, ...