Hampton Inn Ukiah
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... s seat to be safe! It was a great way to spend the day! We stopped at the Point Arena Lighthouse and saw California seals lying on the rocks. The rocks are so interesting. They are striated with grooves from the constant surf and wind. One time when we got out of the car, we didn't even notice a big bull across the street from us OUTSIDE his fenced in area!
... 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 ...
... lmao. I forget to ask strangers to take a pic of us together and even though I think to snap one of the man of few words once or twice, he doesn't think of it (go figure - he's a guy) and so you are going to be seeing some of him but few of us unless I remember to accost perfect strangers for their photo taking ability (put down the doobie and I might remember, right like that's going to happen).
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... at 5:15 when we gather for another little ceremony. Most evenings there are classes. I've been going to one at 8 on Mondays, and Wed. and Thurs. at 6:15, and Fridays right after work. In between then, I grab a shower, maybe eat something light, read, study my Hindi, do e-mail, laundry, etc. Try to get to sleep by 10. There is a Commons building fairly close to my yome where the showers/bathrooms are, and the laundry room and a nice living room/kitchen ...
... After leaving Muir Woods, we hit our first winery-Cline. It's a larger operation and we had a special tasting arranged with one of their hosts who went over the fine points of how to taste wine. They specialize in varietals, or blended wines. We bought a red zinfandel from what they refer to as "ancient vines". The winery was in an older, Victorian-era farmhouse with beautiful gardens. The flowers, especially the roses, were awesome. We learned ...