Best Western Willits Inn
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... br> 'Wing, you're a star!'
When I got back to the table, Brit saw my egg and wanted one.
'He's a Wing' I told her, 'so you are made.'
She was on a mission, and his response to finding out she too was a Wing (of sorts) was 'We fly together!' and an egg was hers. To be honest, he didn't stand a chance.
The woman next to her in the queue also asked for a fried egg. 'No fried egg on coupon' came the reply. ...
... then take a video of me driving through the tree so we could post it on Facebook. This one had a good t-shirt, at the gift shop, and we hung out for a while eating ice cream.
We decided that since we had time, we would follow the original plan and get off US-110S which by now was more Freeway than scenic road, and follow the coastline down on CA-1S which eventually becomes the Pacific Coast Highway. The first 10 miles or so south ...
... had to go around the SF Bay Area and half of our trip was bumper to bumper, even though it was a Saturday. That was a LONG 300 miles.
This park is right nest to where the famous horse ...
Day 155 - October 1st. We are at a cute little RV park down the hill (and I do mean hill) from the Ridgeway Ranch where Seabiscuit lived. And unfortunately, tours stopped yesterday! Just our luck - First the Government shuts down an includes the National Parks and now Ridgeway Ranch - what is a girl to do??? This is a no bones rv park, no wi-fi and no tv - so we are really camping now (isn't that sad??)...we met ...
... where we met Mr. Bruce Bradley, our bartender, author, winemaker, and blog publisher of The Wine Journal. After a while we went upstairs to the venranda to enjoy our drink and there we meet a couple from the Netherlands.
The next morning we left Virgina City for Willits. Still on Hwy 20, a great scenic road through farms, orchards, and the Mendocino National Forest, and on to ...