Fairfield Inn & Suites Ukiah Mendocino County
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... had piled up where the sand meets the smooth beach rocks and it alone is awesome to see. We then walked along this little beach putting our hands in the sand and water and taking pictures of the amazing beach creatures. The rocks that jutted up out of the sand were covered in mussels, coral and barnacles. If you leaned your ear down close to the rocks you could hear faint popping and sizzling as the sea life thrived. There were star fish latched on to the bottom ...
... reprimand myself for packing TOO much stuff!! He knew what we were getting in to when it came to the campsites and their amenities (or lack there of)…I did not. I also, in my defense, am a woman and can't decide what I am going to wear tomorrow, much less for the next 30 days. So, with that being said we have to constantly organize the car/camper just so that we don’t drown in all ...
As I was loading my bike this morning I met 2 couples. I did not have my camera so no pics. The guy I was talking too was really nice, from New Zealand. We exchanged stories and they headed North and I headed south.
it was cloudy and overcast this morning . . . Like driving through clouds. It was also chilly. I was on the 101 which up here does not flank the ocean much. Instead it is a narrow 2 lane road through the ...
... the cab.
Undaunted... we piled into the Pod and experienced the giant trees. See some of the photos below. When we returned to the coach, the kids wanted to swim in the creek... and they did.
As we prepared to leave the park I discovered that we were missing a hubcap. I underlined the rubber mallet on the shopping list. We drove north towards Oregon. Along the way we stopped to eat and catch a few waves.
... hot aging hippy chicks! Very relaxed place.
Lisa and Allen live in a valley outside of the metropolis of Hopland, CA on land Allen's dad bought in the 1920's. It is on a dead end road that goes all the way up the mountain that has maybe 7 places on it, a few of them hunting camps. They have a propane refrigerator and hot water heater, no electricity, and a composting toilet. Not the fancy electric kind. The 5 gallon bucket that ...