Sea Ranch Lodge
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The weather has been cold at night, but lovely during the day. In past January trips we had to deal with mud and rain, so the drought is kind of a plus for us right now. Long term, not such a good thing, but the nice weather has made this trip much easier.
The Tiki Bar is currently out of order so we are about to head down to our pal Rosie’s house with a bottle of wine, and we will have us a nice Sunday afternoon ...
... 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 ...
... thigh. He just flapped his 6 foot wingspan a bit, startling Andrew, and sat there. He was probably thankful we finally moved on.
Next stop was Fort Bragg, another creepy little Northern California port town. It was home to some huge lumberyards. We ate at a barbeque place on 101 called Q. It had very decent food at very high prices, but I was hungry. Behind the restaurant are a few trailers filled with guys on bikes riding around with suspicious packages. ...
... The most amazing thing is that is cost me $1,450, all in, including tax & transfer fees! I have included a couple of pix for you. If you remember, my older RV was sweet, but required transforming for sleeping, now instead of turning the table into a bed and back in the morning,
I have something akin to a guest suite! With a proper bedroom and a living room, plus a dining room and a (still tiny,but not as) ...