Hampton Inn Ukiah
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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.
... Montgomery Woods, a nice walking
path through a grove of redwoods. Next stop was Eureka and the Avenue of the
Giants. What a beautiful ride winding through
these huge trees. In places, the road is
very narrow with huge redwoods on each side of you. We drove through a tree and stopped along the
Eel River and picked black rasberries.
... the forest and passes some tourist traps . . . Err . . . I mean attractions. Around 1pm I was getting really cold and stopped for some coffee to warm up. They had warm homemade blackberry cobbler and I figured that would warm me up too. Just to be sure I did not get too warm I had them throw a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top. Cobbler and coffee for only $12. And here I thought hippies were so social-minded. I guess they have to pay ...
... in the Commons and he taought us all how to play. There were 5 big drums, a set of bongos, and several bells to keep time with a stick, and then some of us were playing spoons or pots and pans or whatever. It was amazing how good he was at getting this very complex rhythm going with everybody doing a different beat but it all blended together. It was great. Lots of fun. But to get back to what is more typical .... I get up at 6 and either do some yoga in ...
... and checked out the Univ. of Cal-Santa Cruz (home of the Banana Slugs) and the boardwalk. It's not that pretty right before Monterey but wow--once you're there, it's awesome. We did the 17-mile drive to check out the coast, millionaire homes, and Pebble Beach. It's as pretty as you hear it is. Low-key dinner overlooking the Monterey Bay. On Friday, we headed out early to Point Lobos Reserve before ...