Buona Sera Inn
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... we drove through the fog which was very patchy. As we climbed higher into the majestic redwoods, it disappeared, so we opened the roof to enjoy the sunshine once more. It had been a little chilly for the first few miles and when Brit turned blue we had shut the roof for a while.
The Redwood Highway is a splendid road and it was almost totally empty of traffic which made for a great drive. Those trees are so enormous. A really majestic sight and the smell of freshness is all ...
... forests and then back inland, into the forests & mountains of Oregon. Fortunately the holiday season hasn't started in earnest yet & most places are still fairly empty, just the way we like it.
The van is going well, we've had some good free overnight spots (thanks Carolyn & Patrick) and we have no complaints. Hope all is well with you as well
Glen & Dave
... Camp where well over half a million skiers and snow boarders launch themselves each ski season down the many slopes of the resort. It’s sure impressive and brought on an urge to get back onto
snow skis again watching the many having fun there during the last few days with skiable snow cover. We had a good laugh watching a downhill fun event where skiers get dressed up in outrageous outfits and sky down hill to a pond at the bottom of the slope which they have to skim ...
Well folks, I got the RV all put back together and I am on the road once again.
I left Ft Bragg, CA this morning (8-25) and headed north to the California redwoods and the Avenue of the Giants Highway. The coast line is still beautiful, even with the fog, and the redwoods are absolutely amazing !!
When I drove down the highway in the redwood forest it felt like I ...
... since even before that when we just borrowed it last year.) Of course, nothing will get done overnight but at least we can get the balls rolling. As we heard a fellow RV'er tell a front desk agent last year, "Take your time, I'm retired!" And he was TOTALLY serious, not a trace of sarcasm to be found! :)