Holiday Inn Express Fort Bragg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Although we had not booked accommodation for this section of the trip, we did have a plan. Looking back, we were about 3 hours south of where we wanted to be. Then again, we knew we had to be in Portland by a certain day, and to save time, we could always go inland onto the bigger highways or the interstate, so we weren't too worried.
... realized there would be no break in the dense swathes of burley trees, so I decided to blaze my own path up the steep embankment in search of a better view. It was well worth the climb. The world on all sides of me was covered in a thick tapestry of pines. The downhill section was the best to date. Apart from a short flat section, it provided miles of twisty, semi-banked 7% grade. Out ...
... was thick. As we passed Garberville the temps went up into the 90's. We stopped at the Legend if Bigfoot store where the kids had fun looking around at the various wood carvings. I bought a redwood sapling for my father to replace his fallen giant ash. The store owner wanted the ash bad and said my father should've put it in Craigslist. As for the tree I bought: I'm not sure if I can keep it alive the entire time home, but I'm going to try. As I sit here, unable to ...
... beautiful but definitely not enjoyable, plus we discovered our rain gear is not so rain proof after all. Soaking wet we headed to a cafe to warm up and hoped that if we headed to a campsite we might find the means to dry our things and get a good shower. The campsite however did not deliver, with tumble dryers that eat your money, showers that also eat your money and water that tasted like chemicals. Unimpressed, we figured if it was still raining in the morning we would ...
... under a towering bridge. We are out of the sea and coming back to land-based life.
The channel is narrow and winding. On each side are buildings built on piles. These pilings run continuously on both sides of the river. The buildings perched on these are all functional but most could use a bit of elbow grease. Some paint wouldn't hurt either. On the left, or port side, are half a dozen restaurants. Restaurant is a generous term for some; ...