Ocean Grove Lodge
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... open to the public. It was fun to see some of their aquarium displays, and the best part was the touch tank, I felt a sea cucumber and also held a starfish! We were still waiting for the fog to lift so we went into a winery and did some wine tasting...perfect way to kill some time in the afternoon. Finally the fog lifted so we settled on a towel for a little while on the beach before getting back on our bikes and riding back to ...
... as far north as we could go to get a good start on the next day. It turned foggy, and driving through the fog at night was a little sketchy so I was glad when we turned off into our hotel in Klamath.
It was a great and successful first day among the Redwoods.
... sans panniers. No climb has been as been near as satisfying. The ride to my next campsite, Patrick's Point, was pretty but otherwise uneventful. I rolled into the campsite, happy to see that I knew almost everyone there. Kylie told me how pretty the rocky beach was, just a minutes walk from camp. I steamed a staple meal of sausage and kale and enjoyed it as the sun slowly set on the rocky ...
... coffee and for Mumsie and Jasmine to buy some fresh fruit, we pushed on into the outskirts of SF and before we knew it the huge red pylons of the bridge could be seen! We had been a bit wary of tolls on the bridge (we didn't buy a Toll Pass with our car rental) but some research last night told us that there were only tolls on the south bound lanes, so we headed on past all the delightfully quaint SF houses and onto the bridge! Luckily for us there was no fog at all and ...
... and we were off again. The coast road today was blue sky, no mist, but as usual a bit brisk, but if you like riding twisty roads this is a cracker. Onward via Fort Bragg (not the military Fort Bragg) and Leggett, through some redwood forests.
The we hit the Avenue of the Giants just out of Leggett and followed the Redwood Highway that criss crosses the 101. These forests are full of Giant Redwood, there are several places ...