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... 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 ...
Today we took a break day before we head to Oakland for our flight out on Wednesday.
Our first stop was the Living Solar Center which dealt with using solar instead of using fossil fuels to live by.
We then headed to an casino that was run by a tribe of indians out here. It was so smoky in the place that we didn't stay very long.....long enough to spend $15.00 (the big spenders that we ...
... the forests. It was beautiful.
My next brainstorm was to take a trip to the coast and travel down the coast for a little while. Little did I know that the road was 26 miles of hairpin turns and I do mean hairpin turns and not going over 30 mph. Once we got to the coast it was beautiful. We traveled down the ...
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We woke up in Ukiah and eagerly looked forward to the trip on the Redwood Highway. I checked the air pressure on the tires. In order to top them off I had to remove the hubcaps to reach the stems. ...
... white Ford wore a felt hat. The front of the hat had a crossed insignia pinned to it. It was a saw and an ax. I asked if he was a carpenter, he said yes. He introduced himself as Ben. I introduced myself as the rider he went around earlier. He said I must have been taking in the sights. He thanked me and offered to buy my lunch. I declined and sat down. After lunch He emerged with the wrappings from the load. I asked what it was. He said something ...