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A great cottage, simple but fine. The available hot tub with a great view made for an excellent sunset while polishing off our Chardonnays.
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... sadly) because I was not sure I could keep it alive for 2500 miles across the scorched Plains and bone-dry deserts.
In Leggett, we opted against the drive thru tree, but admired the little log houses. Not the kind you're thinking of... I mean it is a house made of ONE log. Leggett is also hone to the turnoff for the great blue highway: CA-1.
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... Sandy flat beach with huge rollers as far as you can see. From there the ocastline gets rough and broken with craggy snags rising out of the surf. Beets me why they haven't worn down with the constant surf pounding them!
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The Whale Watch is was amazing. I went to the common room and found my breakfast waiting for me. While this one had eggs in it, gourmet is hardly what I would call it. They over-cooked the poached eggs which made them kind of like flat hardboiled eggs. Everything else was less than gourmet but, I kind of didn't care. The views from this Uncle Henry's Garden type of place were remarkable. Then you had the live ...
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I rattled south through Washington State and next day visited the Observatory centre at Johnson Ridge which monitors Mount St Helens - this is ...
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