Oceanside Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... trees. Following the Russian River we entered the wine country of Sonoma and vineyards stretched from the highway to the horizon. At Cloverdale we started climbing and lost the freeway and then entered the lake country access near Hopville. Back to freeway for awhile near Ukiah we decided not to get off to visit the Sun House.
It was getting late and ...
... limits ("no McNeill, you can`t work on the puzzle until 2am, how about midnight instead").
One thing we have been putting some time into is figuring out our summer plans. We are still excited to explore north of here, into Oregon and Washington. We also are on the hunt for summer jobs, somewhere in the Northwest (Ha, that narrows it down).
Tomorrow we head to San Fran for the night with Lu and Terry (Terry has an appointment and we are her ...
... dogs cared one bit, even about the sunset.
The sun goes down slow, but the fog rises fast. The damp mist was on us like the Scottish Hounds of the Baskervilles. Quick, back to the campfire, throw on the peat, or something. The sounds of crashing surf is great, drowns out the other campers. Big three day weekend, lots of tents in the campgrounds. More campers than we have seen for a ...
... rural – we start going over cattle grids, and at one stage, have to stop as a couple of blokes are driving cattle across the road! We’re wondering if we’re on the right road, as it looks like we are driving right through someone’s farm at one point, but we are – we get to the lighthouse car park, and the road ends at a gate. The kids are asleep, so I volunteer to look after them while Lavinia goes around to ...
... some of the strays had been seen.
boardwalk winds down the coastline with informational signs as you go.
There are places you can go down and explore the tide pools or sit if
you prefer. We saw people doing both.
We got out to the area where
there was a large number of seals playing in the water and hauling
themselves out to rest. It was great to watch them. There are also
some small ground squirrel ...