Sea Ranch Lodge
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... spent digging through the sand for sand crabs and collecting them in a bucket. When everyone was feeling peckish we headed back to the house for lunch, warm showers for the frozen kids too.
After some food and a little break we headed into Gualala to get some gas and an ice cream. It is a little town, smaller population than National Park but a lot more shops and touristy type stuff. We stopped on our way back to check out some more tide pools, these ones ...
... my little hideaway on the river.
If you are planning a visit, be in touch and I will give you my street address.
New Mailing Address:
PO Box 331 Monte Rio, CA 95462
New Home number: 707) 837-6698 My old cell is still good for the time being.
Dave flew home to Lake Forest yesterday. He will be back soon, but it was my first night alone in my new place. I am still having a bit of trouble wrapping my head around ...
We got on the road Good Friday at 5:30 AM, in hopes of beating the traffic. I am fighting bronchitis, so basically Dave just rolled me out of bed and into the car. All was progressing well until we blew a tire in Valencia. Dave got the spare on and luckily we were not far from one of his favorite tire stores, so we got a whole set of new tires and continued on our way. (The old ones were pretty spent and there is no use risking another blow ...
... It blows in the wind and smells a lot like
fall in the mid-west—Kelsey found a nice Mountain patch the lay in!
The next day, in the early morning we had a few local deer
that walked very nonchalantly through the camping area below our site. We were also graced by a lizard, a few more
turkeys and even some squirrels who eat some of our apples and oats left back at
Notes Sept 2012
I am happy top say that I got an unexpected week up here on the river because OCHSA had a day off; I took another day off and - Voila'- instant vacation!
A day or two of settling and organizing materials, and we got started on digging a trench to replace the plumbing from the main, about 60 feet by 18 inches deep. Thinking we could dig it by hand (ha!) I got about 2 feet along, Dave got about 6 feet ...