Travel Blogs from Fort Bragg, United States

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Watch out, deer, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Watch out, deer

A travel blog entry by jennykelly

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... we saw on the road had not won the battle with the traffic. We have also seen a badger, raccoon and hare here in the United States. It’s a pity to lose these lovely animals to the road. A huge black crow was doing his best to drag the hare off ...

The Drive, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

The Drive

A travel blog entry by starkey

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... shadow to light and at times it felt like we were driving into darkness.  The Redwoods almost run all the way to Fort Bragg.  I was totally surprised by the fact that you can actually see the redwoods from the town itself.  As you descend ...

Edinburgh, California, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Edinburgh, California

A travel blog entry by roadtripusa2010

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... on se demande encore oů étaient les moutons… D’autant qu’il y avait vraiment peu de touristes. Notre camping ŕ Fort Bragg était d’ailleurs un champ oů l’on s’est senti sacrément seuls. Le plus étonnant dans tout ...

California Dreaming (by Dylan), Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

California Dreaming (by Dylan)

A travel blog entry by shawnsmith

Hello all, I am sitting in a funky cafe in a funky Northern California town.  We are about 200 miles north of San Francisco.  Today was the much dreaded Legett Hill or better known by us as "Death mountain".  It is the highest ...

Fort Bragg - Monday, 7/20 - Updating Map, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Fort Bragg - Monday, 7/20 - Updating Map

A travel blog entry by hartmann

After three weeks on the road, I'm finally taking some time to figure out Travelpod. It's really a pretty simple site if you start out right and update each day. I've added several locations from the period 7/18 through 7/22 in order to update the map so ...

Fort Bragg, California, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Fort Bragg, California

A travel blog entry by elviejo

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... became a Green Beret and served in Vietnam. Now Nick is a commercial diver. He supplied the following information about Fort Bragg,California. The town's fishing industry developed around a natural sheltered harbor on the Noyo River. A couple marinas ...

Wednesday Evening in Fort Bragg, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Wednesday Evening in Fort Bragg

A travel blog entry by starkey

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After we settled into our hotel we decided to grab some food.  Austin really wanted pizza and we saw Round Table on the way into town.  Thinking there may be a place to eat on the busy street behind the hotel, we peeked out of the back ...

Fort Bragg, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Fort Bragg

A travel blog entry by sepp

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Schaut ganz so aus, als ob wir von Party zu Party ...

The Beach, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

The Beach

A travel blog entry by starkey

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We decided that Friday was Beach day and had already spotted a location to spend the day.  We spent about three hours on the beach enjoying the waves and walking the shores.  There were some cool cliffs and caves that we explored along with a ...

Fort Bragg, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Fort Bragg

A travel blog entry by martin_reto

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... nach Norden fuhren. Es boten sich uns die schoensten Landschaften und wir genossen die Fahrt entlang der Kueste sehr!! In Fort Bragg beschlossen wir die Nacht ueber zu bleiben und unseren Weg nach Seattle am naechsten Tag fortzusetzen. CU Martin ...

18eme jour ou au pays des arbres géants, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

18eme jour ou au pays des arbres géants

A travel blog entry by cobelife

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Suite ŕ nos aventures nocturnes avec monsieur le shérif; nous pensons qu'il est plus sage de ne pas s'éterniser sur les lieux du crime alors le café attendra et nos estomacs aussi! Nous rejoignons donc "la ville" la plus proche pour aller se faire ...

Day 78: California ... nearly home!, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Day 78: California ... nearly home!

A travel blog entry by sschwaiger

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Okay, we have officially gone soft. We passed maybe 20 State Park campgrounds between Crescent City and Fort Bragg, and not once did we feel compelled to drive off the road and enquire about a tent site. We have San Diego in our sights, and even if ...

WOW, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

WOW

A travel blog entry by thriftydrifters

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Went thru the Redwood forest today!! Awesome! Those trees are so massive. Then on to the coast following hwy 1 along the coast. The most incredible ocean views. Just breath ...

Route 1 Ho, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Route 1 Ho

A travel blog entry by mrear99

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... “yea” to Wine Country, the Pacific Coastal Highway and the redwoods; and “nay” to the Glass Beach in Fort Bragg; “that’s all I have to say about that” (Forest Gump).   Tomorrow it’s Eugene.  ...

Hands down the best driving day ever!, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Hands down the best driving day ever!

A travel blog entry by 29-ford-model-a

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... as to the maximum safe speed...with a narrow tired Model A anyway.       We pulled into Fort Bragg, the end of our drive for today, at 6:30.   I am physically tired. The constant turning, braking, ...

Átértünk - A másik part, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Átértünk - A másik part

A travel blog entry by lindamatyi

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Grass Valley – Linda - Clearlake – Fort Bragg A nap nagy részében kietlen tájakon vezetünk. Lindát Linda városában addig gyötröm, amíg tinédzseres szégyenlősségét félretéve dühödten belenéz egy fotó erejéig a ...

Full of Salty Goodness!, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Full of Salty Goodness!

A travel blog entry by doctormick

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... side for the sea views – or maybe they were chasing the sun – who knows. By the time I made it to Fort Bragg I was all healed of my sea deprivation with a healthy lungful of salty goodness.  My only other challenge was at the supermarket ...

North California Coast, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

North California Coast

A travel blog entry by danandloulou

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... road trip we made our way back to the northern californian coast, once again through some amazing scenery. We arrived in a town called Fort Bragg and found a nice cheap campground on the edge of town with a short trail from where we pitched our tent to ...

Reisetag mit überraschendem Ende, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Reisetag mit überraschendem Ende

A travel blog entry by tiszrh

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... Papier eine kürzere, fühlte sich aber gar nicht danach an. Nur 275 Kilometer ging es, das heutige Ziel hiess Fort Bragg.  Für einmal keine Greyhounds und keine Amtraks, und auch keine Flieger. Nein, die Kalifornier machen das unmögliche ...

Up the Coast, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Up the Coast

A travel blog entry by h.o.t.

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... out on the coast at Fort Bragg. Our campsite was pre-booked at Mackerricher State Park which is located just 5 miles north of Fort Bragg. It is a great spot, as not only are there several spacious campsites under the trees with the sound of the surf ...

Calistoga to Fort Bragg, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Calistoga to Fort Bragg

A travel blog entry by kiwiplanner

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... all very lovely until we started coming down the other side of the hills we had been climbing and the temperature dropped significantly. Reaching Fort Bragg around 4:30 we checked into our motel and went for a walk to see what the town had to offer. ...

Fort Bragg & the Noyo River, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Fort Bragg & the Noyo River

A travel blog entry by winterhawk

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... River Marina.  We had an easy motor getting here with absolutely no wind once again.  It's getting to be our unfortunate mantra. Fort Bragg is the town here and it sits up high on a ridge.  The marina is on the Noyo River which sits well ...

Von Fort Bragg..., Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Von Fort Bragg...

A travel blog entry by seeyou2011

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... brausten wir der Küste entlang nach Fort Bragg. hhhmmm... Viel gibt es nicht zu erzählen! Gottseidank sind wir bei Dunkelheit in Fort Bragg angekommen, denn was uns am nächsten Morgen für schräge Gestalten über den Weg liefen, hätte uns auch nach ...

not our original destination, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

not our original destination

A travel blog entry by chrisjess2011

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After riding 50 miles to Mendocino, we found out that thy did not have any campgrounds. Unfortunately we had to push another tired and wet 12 miles. We are still in Fort Bragg for a nice rest. Sunday we will push on to somewhere south of ...

MacKerricher state park, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

MacKerricher state park

A travel blog entry by cjhans2

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I had a big climb day today. I rode 60 miles and climbed 6400 ft. I left the redwoods and now on am on Highway 1 doing the shore line road. It is nice to be next to the ocean ...

Day 32 - Fort Bragg, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Day 32 - Fort Bragg

A travel blog entry by pippatilbury

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... next day. Annoyingly this was another day behind schedule but it was not exactly like we had a choice so we embraced the delights that Fort Bragg had to offer! This turned out to be a lot of good food so we spent the day eating away our frustration. We ...

Day 31 - Standish-Hickey to Fort Bragg, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Day 31 - Standish-Hickey to Fort Bragg

A travel blog entry by pippatilbury

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... early to give ourselves the best chance of flagging someone down in the best time. I beautifully prepared a sign reading 'Wheel bust. Fort Bragg please!' out of the cardboard Antek had negotitated from the cafe across the road. We secured our spot, held ...

"Crush" Eagerly Welcomes Us...

A travel blog entry by timdeenausa2013

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... the edge of the cliffs looking down at the Pacific as we rode. WOW! Stayed the evening at a little fishing town called Fort Bragg. Enjoyed dinner and cold refreshing beverages from their own local brewery. After a long, adventurous day, we crashed around ...

Cleone RV Park, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Cleone RV Park

A travel blog entry by roadrunners07

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Just Passing Through, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Just Passing Through

A travel blog entry by ralphtrip

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... Redwood Forrest where we took pictures of largest redwood 222.2 feet in diameter and originally 300 feet high.  Spectacular. Then to Fort Bragg after a hair raising trip over 2 mountains on US 1001. In Fort Bragg we had difficulty finding a motel to ...

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