The Old West Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
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... is, if someone wants to disappear in this area they will not be found. Rambo, Bigfoot, and the Keebler elves may actually live here....there's just no way to find them! We stopped along the way and photographed the elk, which were very tolerant of all the people. Those suckers are truly huge.
We head out and drive south, stopping at one of the "drive through" trees. There are two, and one is more famous, but we ...
... for us after having dealt with the San Fran driving fiasco. After lunch, we set out again on Hwy 29 and passed two cute, quaint towns with lots of old (and big) Victorian houses, in nice condition: St. Helena and Calistoga – Calistoga is where a famous raceway is. We didn’t stop, but headed up into the hills to a place called Cobb. Well, the narrow two-lane road wound up and back and forth, twisting and turning with a number ...
... Good heavens! Last time we saw that was never; we really must be in a foreign land.
Saturday kicked off with a Bay area group, Spark & Whisper who helped move the crowd's mind and body away from the California heat to a cool, shady place. Patchy Sanders dished up some Irish bluegrass which cruised along like Paddy in a Caddy. Perfect Crime was right up my alley, digging deep into the great American song book of pre-MacDougall Street USA.
Then I ...
... sun setting against the California coast we couldn't help but stop on the cliff side turnover (a road that allows other cars to pass on a single lane highway.) The next 20 miles to Fort Bragg was without doubt some of the best roads I've travelled. Bear in mind it was dusk with the sun setting over a saltwater filled horizon. With no hotel booking we stopped at a Motel 6 in the middle of the main drag at Fort ...
... dog in the car, took a few pics, and gawking.
After hitting up the National Park visitor center, we continued south on the 101 taking a brief trip along a parallel road coined "Avenue of the Giants" and saw even more big trees. The drive today today was very interesting and somewhat unexpected. We obviously knew we would see the redwoods. What I didn't anticipate was how the road would wind from the ...