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... blowers to move gravel off a gravel parking lot. After way too long I complained, just as they were shutting down for the day.
The next morning we headed out early to find some kitschy Mendocino coffee shop to have breakfast out – to no avail. Even the coffee shop we did find, that listed that it was open at 8am, certainly was not. On to Fort Bragg for a diner breakfast and to find the DMV to get Alan a temporary license.
Today was a road day iń that we spent most of the day just putting some miles down. We left Shingletown and decided to stop off at Ozzy's BMW in Chico, CA as we had heard of it and felt that it warranted a visit as we were in the neighborhood, so to speak. We stopped in, visited, and made a couple of purchases then had lunch at Spiteler's Deli, ...
... discovered North America they
were seedlings!). The drive consisted of
short stretches of sunny hilly turns, then complete shaded rain forest
stretches where the Redwoods engulfed the midday sun.
Our campsite was in Redwood National Park, called Jedediah
Smith Campground. The Redwood forest is
very magical. It has an out of this
world vibe to it- almost as if a huge beast from the movie Avatar could jump
out of ...
... hour and a couple of dollars. Next stop tried to look at the house in a tree but it was closed being Sunday so we took pics from the outside and carried on - felt very Asian tourist! Looked at something called confusion hill lived up to its name no idea in the world what it was all about. Found another gift store place on the side of the road had really cool wooden stuff but doubt we would get what I liked ...
... The forest bed was covered with huge ferns and I even saw a couple of banana slugs. We spent the whole afternoon exploring the Redwoods and finally had to leave around 5 - we didn’t want to get stuck there in the dark. It was a really enjoyable time - awe-inspiring. It really makes you appreciate the beauty of the world we live in.