Travel Blogs from Fort Bragg, United States

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Van Mill Valley tot Fort Bragg, Fort Bragg, Verenigde Staten travel blog

Van Mill Valley tot Fort Bragg

A travel blog entry by mariatche

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... op en neer te rijden ging ik binnen bij Travellodge en vroeg de weg, we bleken het reeds voorbij gereden te zijn 6 mijl voor Fort Bragg. De man was vriendelijk en zei wel dat we er al zouden zijn als we Travellodge gekozen zouden hebben. Maar ik had dat ...

From the sublime to the ridiculous, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

From the sublime to the ridiculous

A travel blog entry by alicebeetle

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... for all we saw and colours the ocean into a beautiful azure blue, with rafts of stunning turquoise where the water is shallow. Fort Bragg itself is not beautiful. The Glass Beach slightly to the north provided a little fun as we combed the place for ...

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 ...

"Big Tree" Country: Northern California

A travel blog entry by figeater

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... - My what a ride!  Pitch dark on a very curvey, hair-pin road!!  After participating in a Petanque Tournament in Fort Bragg, CA, Cheryl and I drove north to visit the Redwood Country; headed back south for two nights in Mendocino and then back ...

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 ...

Cali Coast, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Cali Coast

A travel blog entry by ionamarktravel

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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 ...

Day 5: Mendocino Botanical Gardens, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Day 5: Mendocino Botanical Gardens

A travel blog entry by usarvtrip

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I'd bugged Tracey that there was so much 'stuff' that I needed to take care of in the RV, that she took the kids to the Botanical Gardens which was only 10 mins away. I had 2 hrs of un-adulturated pleasure strapping cables behind the front console in ...

Next stop Fort Bragg, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Next stop Fort Bragg

A travel blog entry by tomanderson

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... in its construction. Its seems to be constructed entirely of timber. One for Mr. Dunn!! Then we continued on our journey to Fort Bragg, full of many views. On the way we stopped off for a coffee at Mendocino. Liz found this cafe called Cultured Affair ...

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 ...

This stop was something to Bragg about  ;), Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

This stop was something to Bragg about ;)

A travel blog entry by aulternateroute

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Just south of San Fran lies Glass Beach at Fort Bragg. This pleasant little beach community, complete with an old widow's watch tower, had a lovely walkway that went along the coastline, displaying the beautiful rocky shoreline and the animals that called ...

Day 59 - Still Love To Play With Trains!, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Day 59 - Still Love To Play With Trains!

A travel blog entry by rickr53

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... brakes from these trucks, and you could actually see the smoke coming out of the wheels!      The hotel in Fort Bragg was nothing special, just an overnight.  But we decided to see if we could find a good Italian restaurant i ...

Eureka to Fort Bragg, CA, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Eureka to Fort Bragg, CA

A travel blog entry by howardbad

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... the winds were still strong. The sea was angry my friends. There was no place to eat between Leggett and Ft. Bragg (almost an hour and a half) so lunch was after 3. Found two reserved spots right in front of a restaurant. ...

Mobile Update, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Mobile Update

A travel blog entry by wcfirestone

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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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Day 14:  More of California Coast & Redwoods, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Day 14: More of California Coast & Redwoods

A travel blog entry by bluehighwayspa

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... amp; there are 489 of them on just under an hour's drive!  Reluctantly, we left the winery at almost 3 PM & arrived at Fort Bragg & The Emerald Dolphin Inn a little after 3:30 PM. Drove down to Cabrillo Point Lighthouse, just off Route 1, and ...

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 ...

Redwoods & rolling hills, Fort Bragg, United States travel blog

Redwoods & rolling hills

A travel blog entry by skierdude

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... alarming u-turn. Eventually we ended up pointing the right way on the right highway and had an absolutely wonderful drive through to Fort Bragg from Willits. The drive had been recommended on Trip Advisor and several blogs and I can see why. It took us ...

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 ...

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