Travel Blogs from Fort Bragg, United States

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Realization of a Dream, fort bragg, United States travel blog

Realization of a Dream

A travel blog entry by muggeragem

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... it worse I had a pair of earplugs in my pocket but I thought it would be bad form to put them in. In the afternoon, I found Fort Bragg's beach and it was wonderful. The sky was bright blue, the sun shining, there was a gentle breeze and not too cold. I ...

L'avenue des géants, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

L'avenue des géants

A travel blog entry by sbergot

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On a quitté Sébastopol mardi matin pour se balader à Point Reyes national park, le long de la faille de San Andreas. Il n'y a en fait rien de très visible, à part une cloture qui se retrouve coupée en 2 (à 16 pieds d'écart soit presque 5 ...

Our SAG team is THE BEST!, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Our SAG team is THE BEST!

A travel blog entry by mcshea

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... clothing.  The weather changed dramatically moving from the inland Highway 101 to the coastal route Highway 1 on the way into Fort Bragg.  Without their stop today the guys would have suffered big time and they know that they owe the ...

Exit San Francisco, fort bragg, United States travel blog

Exit San Francisco

A travel blog entry by muggeragem

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Today I left San Francisco via the Golden Gate Bridge. Yesterday I went over on the bus but today I rode over it on my bike. The sun shone over downtown SF today while on the bridge you couldn't even see the top of the towers the fog was so bad. This was ...

Sleeping in the Car..., Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Sleeping in the Car...

A travel blog entry by levering_scott

3/04 Today, Rachel and I drove to Fort Bragg. We hiked on a beach and observed seals bathing in the sun. Camping in the area costs $35 and the cheapest motel costs $50, so we decided to experiment with sleeping in the car for a change. To kill time at ...

Sep 04, 2012, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Sep 04, 2012

A travel blog entry by oscarchen

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Drive along the coast (Highway 1), Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Drive along the coast (Highway 1)

A travel blog entry by mstrixie

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... the towns. So we drive a couple hours out of our way to get to this coastal town I have heard so much about.  Fort Bragg is not very impressive.  Most of the town if away from the coast and kind of industrial looking.  There was nothing ...

Exploring the local towns, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Exploring the local towns

A travel blog entry by wheretheydrive

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... shops and restaurants and quite a few strange people (We'll explain later). We also spent part of the afternoon touring around Fort Bragg which is 3 miles from our campground. We went to the North Coast Brewing Company and purchased some local brew.  ...

Fort Bragg, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Fort Bragg

A travel blog entry by bzaucha

Nice break from work and a great way to celebrate my birthday.  Ate at the warf and walk along the ...

California Coast, Ft. Bragg, United States travel blog

California Coast

A travel blog entry by andreatravels

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... books and bought some shirts at a great thrift store.  We had an excellent lunch at Headlands coffeehouse.     Ft. Bragg was a lumber and fishing town for many years, and the Company Store is a repurposed reminder of the days when the ...

On the Road Again, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

On the Road Again

A travel blog entry by dianne39

... demi glaze and I had shrimp scampi - we left full and felt like we had found another gem of a restaurant. On the way to Fort Bragg, we took a turn on highway 20 and ended up taking this beautiful windy highway through a forest of trees. There was hardly ...

Skip Mendocino and Ft Bragg instead, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Skip Mendocino and Ft Bragg instead

A travel blog entry by astoriavslb

... the better of us and so we ended up going to Jack in the Box for lunch (yikes!). The chicken sandwiches were decent (Leigh's was better) but the curly fries were good. We decided to stop in Ft Bragg for some coffee, looking around and replanning the day. ...

MJ buys a new hat and we see more redwoods, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

MJ buys a new hat and we see more redwoods

A travel blog entry by marty_chrissie

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... The road suddenly comes out looking straight out over the Pacific and then does a 90left and we hugged the coast until we reached Fort Bragg - fantastic views but we were beat. We pulled into the third motel we saw on the beach and managed to snaffle ...

Arriving at the coast, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Arriving at the coast

A travel blog entry by wheretheydrive

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... on the rocks. The girls went down tonight and also some large jelly fish. We are close to many small towns-the closest being Fort Bragg which has many amenities-no Walmart or big malls though.  There is a Starbucks! Tomorrow we plan a drive down the ...

Camping in Tolerable Temperatures!, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Camping in Tolerable Temperatures!

A travel blog entry by lisa-phin

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We drove into Fort Bragg and popped into the North Coast brewing company for a quick taste, another recommendation. The beer here was really lovely though a couple were Belgian type beers and too strong for me! The funniest thing was that we decided to be ...

A Lovely Visit, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

A Lovely Visit

A travel blog entry by jilnmike

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We have spent the last three days here in Fort Bragg, home of 7000 souls. Fort Bragg was founded as a military garrison prior to the Civil War, its purpose to establish an Indian reservation. In more recent times it was home to the Union Lumber Company.It ...

Making the most of our last few weeks here, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Making the most of our last few weeks here

A travel blog entry by eloiseanddaniel

... daughter's contact details in Vancouver and the rain stopped. This turned out to be one of the best days ever as we explored Fort Bragg, just up the coast from Mendocino. We met a lovely stoned old man running the sea glass museum and checked out the ...

Fort Bragg, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Fort Bragg

A travel blog entry by kibblewhite

Fort ...

A Memorable Memorial Day, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

A Memorable Memorial Day

A travel blog entry by esquires

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... of Clintonia Lily, which was a real treat. All in all it was a great weekend, filled with great folks and interesting plants and breathtaking seaside scenery.  Fort Bragg is a very pleasant small town, with lots to interest the visiting ...

Fancy in Fort Bragg, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Fancy in Fort Bragg

A travel blog entry by fatc

... days on it. Crazy. It was just another overnight stay, San Francisco was our goal for tomorrow. Wir kamen relativ spät in Fort Bragg an. Am erstbesten Hotel erkundigten wir nach einem Zimmer. Der Typ am Schalter erklärte mir mit einem ziemlich komischen ...

Semesterly Report and Pre-Packing, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Semesterly Report and Pre-Packing

A travel blog entry by delectableworld

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... a year acquiring stamps on my passport and then try to reenter the country.... My family reunited at the airport and drove up to Fort Bragg, my lovely little home 100 miles north-west of the end of civilization. It started raining the next day and has yet ...

Quick Stops, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Quick Stops

A travel blog entry by chrisleslie

Quick stop and walk around Mendocino and then onto Fort Bragg for an early dinner at North Coast Brewing Co. (tried the Red Seal & Acme Pale Ale's) ...

Dum Dum Tom Tom, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Dum Dum Tom Tom

A travel blog entry by luckshmy.subash

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... a little nervous. Thankfully we had the old fashioned map of California with us and using that we found out that Fort Bragg was probably another 30 minutes away. Sure enough 30 minutes later we entered Fort Bragg. The first hotel ...

Bad start to the day, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Bad start to the day

A travel blog entry by visionrider

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... time. Switchback deluxe time. I was delighted as the temp dropped back to high 60s and we rolled along the no barriers road to Fort Bragg. The Beachcomber is in a great spot. Just walk behind it to the long boardwalk then descend to the beach, or ...

Everywhere I'm looking now..., Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Everywhere I'm looking now...

A travel blog entry by vino_voyageurs

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... on for a few more hours stopping a few times to take some beautiful pictures and the token "jump" shots.  Now we're in Fort Bragg in Mendocino County staying at the Super 8 Motel.. (for cheap as beans! and actually pretty nice. Fridge for beer. YES) ...

beautiful coastal area of Northern California, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

beautiful coastal area of Northern California

A travel blog entry by happycomfort

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Why leave when it's perfect?, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Why leave when it's perfect?

A travel blog entry by visionrider

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Within minutes of arriving at the Beachcomber, I asked myself why not stay over another day and rest up my hands from the exciting switchback excursion. I have to say that despite exercises specifically to keep them in good condition, my hands remain the ...

Sunshine, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Sunshine

A travel blog entry by zerorock

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Eureka has a nice old town section with a new boardwalk. It's the chief port between San Francisco and the Columbia River.  There are some very fancy Victorian houses, some used for B&B's.  We chatted to a guy who said we should visit ...

Sightseeing in No. California, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Sightseeing in No. California

A travel blog entry by nhsteve

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... scenery of the California coast is still facinating and a photographers dream location. Check out the photos I have included here. Fort Bragg was once a booming area for redwood logging and processing.  For years, redwoods were harvested here.  ...

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