Inn at the Tides
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... up. We did get our own fire pit, picnic table and cupboard which was cool. After we had brought the majority of our stuff over, the first thing we did was open a beer before getting the tent set up. I don't think its necessary to tell you that Ben was less than impressed with both my ability to set up a camping spot and my contribution to carrying stuff from the car to the site. It took us at least three goes to get our stuff up there, including large amounts of firewood.
... weather was soooo nice too! It was blue sky, sunny, with no wind. It was a gorgeous day. The sunlight reflecting on the water and sand was soo pretty.
Just as I was leaving, around 1:00pm, a big group of people came to where I was at, so it was perfect timing for me to leave. I walked back up to my car and drove over to where I would hike along a bluff and near rock formations.
I loved this hike too. There were some rock climbers at one of the ...
Buenos dias from Bodega Harbor. There is a Bodega Bay and a Bodega Harbor. We came through the Bay in order to enter the Harbor. We didn't want any confusion on that.
Before we get into the gripping details of this leg we wanted to take a moment and say how blown away we are with the number of folks who are reading our blog. Or maybe just opening it and closing it quick. Whatever. It still adds to the count. At this moment ...
Excitement is building as the guys get even closer to tomorrow's finish at the Golden Gate Bridge! Today Bill and Brian rode 50 miles and climbed another 3600 feet. They are looking forward to calculating the final mileage and especially the climbing total!
Today the ride took the guys out of Mendocino County and into Sonoma County. The Coastline scenery has ...
"There's a lot of spare time in Bodega Bay." -Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds. This movie was filmed here; it's a beautiful tiny seaside town. We're happy for the unexpected extended vacation! The infamous bay fog is here, it was only about 64 degrees. The course was so beautiful, we didn't mind. You can see the water from almost all 18 holes and can hear the sea lions from the back 9...lots of blind shots, lost a few balls ...