Travel Blogs from Fort Bragg, United States

It's you again! and solar man, MacKerricher State Park, United States travel blog

It's you again! and solar man

A travel blog entry by cyclepath

cyclist in mendo; fort bragg taquiria for lunch; over to camp; randy again; and solar ...

California Redwoodsd, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

California Redwoodsd

A travel blog entry by dekkerk

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The Redwoods! What a magnificant site these huge trees are! We spent three days  traveling through them. The first day - we were in the Redwood National Park and we thought wow! are these trees huge. It was so interesting to walk through the ...

Exploring  Coast North of Mendocino, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Exploring Coast North of Mendocino

A travel blog entry by malonetravels2

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... to go do a little exploring of the northern California coast.  We decided we would go to MacKerricher State Park north of Ft. Bragg.  it has a nice boardwalk and they say it is a good place to view marine life. When we arrived at the park, ...

More California coast heading north, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

More California coast heading north

A travel blog entry by nhsteve

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... ; But then again, even the fog is pretty. There is not too much new except for the photos, since I am holed up in a motel in Fort Bragg, CA.  I had a fender bender on Main Street in Ft Bragg and had to take the RV to a local body shop to get it ...

And so the traveling begins, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

And so the traveling begins

A travel blog entry by travelinbee

Hey All! I just wanted to let you know that I will be heading to Camp Mendocino tomorrow at 7am. It is located in some beautiful redwood forests and it is supposed to be chilly! We will be doing trail rebuilding and fixing up other things, as well as, ...

Fort Bragg, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Fort Bragg

A travel blog entry by sotas

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... old (400BC) and big, they've cut a hole through the trunk where cars can drive through it. From there we pushed through to Fort Bragg, where Highway 1 really starts. Highway 1 is the stretch of road that hugs the western coastline of the USA, and which is ...

We meet a european-hater, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

We meet a european-hater

A travel blog entry by marty_chrissie

Sunny skies and a breakfast of coffee and pasties over-looking the Pacific from the motel lobby. We headed back north a few miles to look at a couple of camps - the first was an independent called Greenacres. It was awful - RV's close together and ...

Exploring A Cave & Hallucinating A Wave, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Exploring A Cave & Hallucinating A Wave

A travel blog entry by mikvs

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... the coast would add a lot of time to our trip, we decided to break up the trip back to Fresno by spending the night in Fort Bragg, California.  As we had learned from the previous year, the best way to get to the coast from Ashland was to go north ...

Exploring Northern California, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Exploring Northern California

A travel blog entry by mcmactravels

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Wow how time flies when I you are in a comfy spot! We have been in Fort Bragg, CA area since a little before Christmas at my Mom`s sometimes house--she rents a room in town from her fabulous friend Terry who has been very welcoming to us. She is a real ...

Ahhhh, THIS Is More Like It!, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Ahhhh, THIS Is More Like It!

A travel blog entry by jilnmike

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Sunday morning we packed up and headed north on US101 for the 120 mile journey to Fort Bragg. Fort Bragg is located on the coast where it will be at least 20 to 30 degrees cooler than the almost 90 degree weather here. We will transition to Highway 128 in ...

Salty Tasty Pig Parts: Mendocino County, CA, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Salty Tasty Pig Parts: Mendocino County, CA

A travel blog entry by gingerschilling

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... of the Pacific Northwest and his eyes lit up like a kid at Christmas. It took about an hour to return to the coast and Fort Bragg. We had a reservation to camp at MacKerricher State Park, and we hoped to make it before dark. Another narrow mountain road ...

Civilization, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Civilization

A travel blog entry by pennstreetfamil

Well, we drove several days up the coast and realized that our original plan of driving to Vancouver, BC and then heading east was never going to work, as we simply didn't have enough time. So We refueled in Fort Bragg and headed up the road to ...

Santa Cruz to Fort Bragg, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Santa Cruz to Fort Bragg

A travel blog entry by cheranddan

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Left this morning and hit morning rush hour traffic, went through San Fransisco, got good photos of the Golden Gate, then over to the coast. Great roads today, nice sunny skies all day, a little windy and ...

Coastal Road, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Coastal Road

A travel blog entry by pertunia22

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... either way to expensive or full or both and we started to think we might have to head inland to the main freeway when we found Fort Bragg and three reasonable size Inns as you first got to town (probably more further on but haven't got that far yet) . ...

A lazy day getting kinda bored but making the best, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

A lazy day getting kinda bored but making the best

A travel blog entry by marty_chrissie

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MJ got up circa 9am and read an excellent book about a guy and his family taking a Bill Bryson journey type thing along the Union Pacific rail route between Omaha and SF. It's kinda like my blog but has much more in it about American history. Chrissie ...

Fort Bragg, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Fort Bragg

A travel blog entry by mpiftex

We entered California and kept going on the coastal road. Spent the night at Fort ...

Giants in the Land, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Giants in the Land

A travel blog entry by tim-n-charlene

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He stood as a man among giants. In Port Orford this morning the fog had moved sufficiently off shore that we thought we were in for the kind of day on the coast of which picture post cards and motorcycle advertisements are made. Wrong. By the time we ...

Avenue of the Giants, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Avenue of the Giants

A travel blog entry by wheretheydrive

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... it all.  After the stop at Leggett, we continued on to the "Avenue of the Giants" which is about 100 miles north of Fort Bragg. This stretch of road follows the old Highway 101. It's  31 miles in length with 51,000 acres of Redwood groves. ...

I Loathe Fayetteville, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

I Loathe Fayetteville

A travel blog entry by ryno

I can't stand this place. I don't like going here at all.  Interesting Story: 1. I did get pumped up somehow to a NICE room. It was basically an apartment.  ...

catch up, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

catch up

A travel blog entry by buckation

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Quick update. We spent 2 days in newport where we enjoyed more beach fires and fresh ...

Back to the coast, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Back to the coast

A travel blog entry by greg-and-karen

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... Pacific coast and to panoramic seaside views similar to those we had seen in Oregon. We decided to stop for the night in Fort Bragg, a coastal community established in the mid 1800s as a military post. We confused this town with the Fort Bragg ...

Highway 1, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Highway 1

A travel blog entry by farnie10

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... gone and souvenir collecting is prohibited. What natural disaster can we label as a tourist spot and have people clean up????? However, Fort Bragg was worth the detour for its amazing pizzas and beers at  Piaci Pub And Pizzeria. Winner! ...

Juhee - Labour-Day Weekend

Juhee - Labour-Day Weekend "überstanden"

A travel blog entry by rahelundpeter

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... Geschnetzeltes mit Reis gekocht und eine feine Flasche Zinfandel kredenzt und ziemlich beschwipst ins Zelt gestolpert. Strecke: Lake Sonoma-Cloverdale-Willits-Fort Bragg (Glass Beach)-Mendocino-Fort Bragg (Pomo RV Park & Campground) Distanz: 131 Mls ...

A Day with the Golden Knights, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

A Day with the Golden Knights

A travel blog entry by litesfamily

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So, today we are going to meet some golden knights! Brian found two pieces of DC-3 cowling with the golden knights insignia on them. He sent out a few emails and here we are! We brought the cowlings to be donated to the Golden Knights museum. Major Troy ...

Sep 14, 2011, MacKerricher Beach State Park, United States travel blog

Sep 14, 2011

A travel blog entry by mc_dave

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Sep 15, 2011, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Sep 15, 2011

A travel blog entry by mc_dave

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Northern California, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Northern California

A travel blog entry by ilchicag

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We woke up in the hot, dry, Napa Valley and fell asleep in the cool, coastal Mendocino area (more specifically Fort Bragg). It was pretty uneventful, but undoubtably beautiful. It's like you're in the quaint California countryside, and then all of a ...

Fort Bragg, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Fort Bragg

A travel blog entry by lroff

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... California Coast. Don't know what I expected but it was not that <g>. I'd arranged to stay at the Super 8 in Fort Bragg and as I’d arrived a bit early, took myself out to the McKerricher State Park and walked along the dunes and sand ...

White knuckles and sunny beaches, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

White knuckles and sunny beaches

A travel blog entry by hawkinsw

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... a dry tent is so much better than trying to pack it wet. We got out of Burlington campground mid-day and headed south toward Ft. Bragg. We took the streamlined version of 101 and cut over on 1 to the coast. Man what a road. Damn good thing there was ...

Glass Beach, the Pigmy Forest and Drunks, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Glass Beach, the Pigmy Forest and Drunks

A travel blog entry by hawkinsw

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In 1906, the town of Fort Bragg was devastated by an earthquake that pretty much leveled downtown, and in particular, the Chinese section of town. To rebuild the town the City Fathers decided to load all the ruble and dump it into the Pacific. Since the ...