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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 ...
... I got a glimpse yesterday at these huge trees but got a much better look today. This morning was really cool . . . Driving between these giant trees with the mist and fog was like being in some magical world where if you saw a Hobbit it would not seem out of place. Then 101 turns into a 65 mph 4 lane road with little traffic that runs the higher elevations offering panoramic views of the forests below . . . Then it slows down ...
This is where it all began, our hometown of Ukiah, California. A month ago my husband, Jim, and I booked a two month trip to Argentina with our two children, Dean-11 and Lia-9. Jim is on sabbatical from his teaching job at the local community college. We are renewing passports, applying for international driving ...
... your **** with sawdust and wood chips and compost it in their many vegetable and flower beds. They haven't had rain since June and sleep outside until Sept. It is lovely and serene and cleansing and they are some fantastic folks! They set me up with my very comfy van-bed and covers and great travel advice and were fantastic.
Tomorrow I head for San Francisco and home. Then I'll do a retrospective of my trip with new pics and mileage estimate.