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Last night we realized that because we want to visit wine country we will have to leave the coast highway and travel inland. So after about 10 more miles of coastline we headed east, over a mountain or two, and then travelled along the Anderson Valley and the Mendocino winery
areas. The geography changed completely from the rugged coast to acres and acres of grapevines growing on hillsides and flat lands, and acres and acres of ...
Lunch in downtown Gueneville than adeus to Loring and Jose... just going to rest and pack and read and work on my courses... tomorrow to the city for lunch with Dusty and reconnect with Carlos at SFO.
the white flowers are: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anemone_hu pehensis
... 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. ...
... someday" dream (we all need them) I began visiting on a regular basis. I took my friend Dave along on one of my forays and he was also impressed with the area. After a few more trips he suggested we look at land just to get a feel for it.
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We looked at property for about 18 months, but there was nothing in my tiny budget that was workable. During a trip in 2008 we had been looking at property all day when our agent ...
... things: bikes and the great outdoors. On the way to the store me and Matt must have seen over a thousand bikes including the sort of Monster Choppers (oooerrr) that would not have been out of place on the discovery channel. And when we got to REI 5 minutes before opening there were a dozen people queued at the door wanting maps, poles, shoes – the lot.
I have to say the map selection was not good – all I wanted was the USGS sheets for ...