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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... is some of the tightest, twistiest turns we have seen so far. Most of the riding was in second gear, occasionally upshifting to third. Turns were typically 10-15 mph, with the faster ones at 20 mph. It was just a blast to ride! Once we got out of the really tight curves, we reached the Pacific Ocean. It was pretty foggy, but you could still see the water below, though the mountain tops were all in the clouds.
For the next 30 miles to ...
... Our destination tonight is the small town of Upper Lake in Lake County. For no particular reason other than it is a short drive following on from the long journey of the previous day. And, if nothing else, Upper Lake has an interesting sounding hotel.
Leaving wine country, we're now up in the heavily wooded mountains of central northern California. It's very beautiful...and very quiet. Despite its proximity to San Francisco and a spectacular ...
... manner of wildlife, from the common squirrel (though they were the size of cats), to the rare deer (which aren't as cute as I imagined, then again, maybe it was just an ugly deer (those exist, right?)).
Soon, I found the dirt road turn off to the different campgrounds and proceeded slowly, as Adam (my '94 Corolla, get it?) is in no stretch of the imagination, an off-road vehicle. My GPS told me that it was about a 10 mile trek on this un-maintained dirt ...
... while and Matt read about different wines. He is studying for the restaurant he works at back in Maine.
I have written this in 20 minutes so forgive me if it is a bit unorganized but I had to get something out or I'll fall behind. I'm going to turn off the Josh Groban and crash. Jen and I are sleeping in the cluttered living room in from of the fireplace. More adventures come tomorrow. Fortunately they don't rise as early as Thurston. ;)
... powerpoint. I guess I asked for it when I include my education in my email to potential WWOOF hosts. At one point he even asked if I was trying to take a break from journalism, lol. But I actually really enjoy grammar, style and editing. He was really pleased with all the changes I made. We got through 25 pages of a 69-page, teach-in presentation. After lunch and an afternoon siesta, I spent some ...