Clear Lake Cottages & Marina
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... speeches were given, especially Colin's, Carol's, Carl's and Hayley and Sam's. Then the d-floor was open for business. We let our dinner sit for a bit, didn't want to rip the dance floor to pieces straight away. At this point the beers were flowing and the atmosphere was jolly and loving. So we danced the night away and around 11pm we left. On the way home we had our first In 'n' Out burger. It was awesome. Got home, went to ...
... found a spot and made it into the park which was completely worth the hike! The redwoods are not to be believed! Their size is so difficult to conceptualizer. Our honeymoon lucky streak continued when we stumbled across a tree talk being given by one of the rangers. We learned about the tree (it contains tannin which is a natural bug, mold, and fire repellent) as well as about the park's history. In all, we spent about an hour or so in the park, and then continued on for ...
... Ukiah, Mendocino County’s largest city. It was settled in the 1850s and now has about 16,000 residents but does not have
the old town feeling that we experienced in other small towns. We dropped into
the visitors centre, hoping to get some information about San Francisco since we’ll reach there
tomorrow. The centre didn’t have any brochures but when the gentleman heard
about our adventure he said we are living his dream and then ...
... later, I was in a car rolling over the Golden Gate Bridge and into San Francisco. Although I've now been here for a few days, I'm going to wait for the next chapter before I start talking about it. There is so much history to explain and the build-up to my return to SF has been huge, therefore I'll go into it next time.
Meeting amazing people, fighting fire in the California countryside and three weeks in the City by the Bay. The non-skydive means nothing to me now.
... and has the distinct odour of algea. So greeen and slimy that we will not let Koal swim here. Spectacular sunset tonight though and the noises of the birds in the area is cool too.
Will probably spend the weekend here and may even try fishing in the pea ...