The Robin's Nest
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... We lucked out and ended up in Volcano which was minutes away from the cavern.
Monday in Volcano in October was closed up tight. The restaurant I picked was deserted. I found a local worker who directed me to the market and bakery. We chose the bakery. It smelled great and felt cozy compared to the store which was cold and dark and felt very much like how it did in the 1800's. The bakery sandwiches were made on the ...
I feel the draw of the open road and off we go for Amador County and the foothills of the Sierras. I found a darling cottage on airbnb booked it for two nights. It was a mere 2 1/2 hours from Lafayette. We are staying near the tiny Fiddletown and the last store is in Plymouth where we stopped for supplies.
We found our accommodations easily and the hosts, Sherry and ...
... Gerry road his bike most every day. Maggie and I did a lot of walking. The mornings were cool, but temps reached into the nineties by noon. So on with the a/c in the motor coach until the sun went down. I went to the seafood buffet one night and had all the crab legs and whole lobster you could eat. ...
... real?!" We hopped back in the car and hit the coastal road, breathing a sigh of relief as we left the vista point. A short drive up the way we saw a sign - "west point beach campground - free wifi, spots on the beach, and hot showers"
WHAAAAAAT?! SOLD ! I ripped into there like a professional stunt car driver, I couldn't believe our luck. But you know that saying - 'if it seems too good to be ...
... appropriate footwear. Those who were still doing it were still some way behind. We said our goodbyes to the girls and continued on, but got a bit waylaid by the pool that the waterfall was being drawn from; it was really cool and shallow so we had a bit of a wade and a cool down...it was also really nice to wash off our faces, arms and legs, all of which were covered in a fine red dust from the trail. After this, we packed ourselves back up and started on the second half of ...