Travel Blogs from Occidental
... chairs on the deck. I can attest to their comfort as I took a couple of naps on them. He even made a protective cover for them!
Since we were leaving on Sunday, “Waffle Day” with Harry & Nancy was on Saturday instead of Sunday. Rosie & Frank were there and we all had a grand time. How sweet are our neighbors that they accommodated our schedule for their tradition? I LOVE them! After waffles with the crew we started to organize for closing up ...
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... some fellow bikers. They were locals, so we asked about the closest bike shop and they pointed us right down the road. The man at the bike shop was really helpful in directing us to a campground for the night. We hopped back on our bikes and planned to meet Lisa there. This section of the ride was the best because most of it was on a bike trail through the redwoods. We biked next to each other and had a lot of ...
... can look forward to living comfortably for the remainder of time it takes to work on Big Pink. It will also be a much better guest suite for my pals who want to visit. Huzzah!
Signing off from my little river home,
The month has flown by and I didn’t get a chance to post my July notes, so I will post them with this missive.
We were here for 10 days at the beginning of the month. Dave built me ...
... panniers, we took off for Samuel P. Taylor State Park in a mostly-loaded state on our last available weekend to get some more practice before departure. Despite having forty-five pounds of gear on our bikes, zipping down the Sausalito hill was quite a contrast in our confidence levels compared to the first time the weekend before. At the park campground, we discovered a new benefit to travel by bicycle. All of the campsites had been booked up for ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed