Comfort Inn & Suites Ukiah
Travel Blogs from Ukiah
Family and Friends,
We thought that those of you who are not RV'ers would enjoy seeing the mechanics of moving an RV, from breaking to setting up camp.
We have made videos of each step of the process, which was a lot of fun!
This is part 1.
We took a ride to Fort Bragg on the coast to go to Glass
Beach, well known for sea glass. Many years ago it used to be the town dump,
long since cleaned up but the ocean is still turning sea glass. Had fun picking and even got Bruce to pick
also. It was a beautiful spot and on the
way back to the car we saw a doe with two fawns. We ...
... some of the largest petrified trees around. It is quite amazing what lava can do to the substances it entombs. From there it was onward to the coast again with an overnight stop in Ukiah. To be honest there's not a lot going on in Ukiah and the headlines of the newspapers report shootings and prostitution issues so I don't think we'll be venturing out to far tonight. Here's to an early night and back to the coast tomorrow. Until then, Bec ...
... way so Susan drove the coach forward a few feet while I held the pipe up. A closer look showed that it was the exhaust pipe from the generator. The straps holding it had broken loose. There was no way to duct tape it in place. Had it come off while driving could be another adventure. I managed to remove two nuts and wiggle the pipe off. It currently sits in the middle of the coach. We had to angle it though the ...
... I wish I had a pretty, patient, singing K teacher. I plan on much more patience when I get home.
We went to the Ukiah Brewing Co. for dinner. Ukiah is a place filled with future and aging hippies thrown in with the lawyers and bail bondsmen that go along with being the county seat. I sat at Schat's bakery and atched all manner of people rolling through. Long haired, cowboy hat wearing hippy lawyers and crisp dressed younger types. ...