Town House Motel
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... The bonus was
seeing Moudini’s – a real institution which has been making very famous sour dough bread at Fisherman’s Wharf for nearly 100 years and it’s really good.
On the way to the Golden Gate Bridge, we passed Mel's Diner - the original one used for American Graffiti. We had breakfast at the city based one, yesterday.
The other bonus of leaving San Francisco ...
... the water and had beach access. That allowed us to walk out onto some of the rock formations along the shore It was really beautiful, and we were having so much fun, we almost forgot where we were headed.
But back on the 101, we started looking for the exit for the Drury Scenic Road. Located in the Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, the Newton B Drury Scenic Road was about 8 miles through the heart of the redwood forest. There ...
... the classic shotgun weddings. The whole procedure took us about 15 minutes to get the paperwork! We headed on north to Mckinleyville for Jie to get a Test run on her hairdo at a stylist. I had an hour to kill, so i went to Clam Beach State Campground for a while. I'll type more later, but now we need to finish writing our vows and send an email to our Officiant ...
... the next morning but still had plenty of day ahead of us. We started out heading slighty south down the coast to hike Damnation Creek. The hike was a quick two plus mile, 1,100 foot descent through gigantic old growth Redwoods, across Damnation Creek and along the jagged coast. The sun beamed through the slots created by the towering trees and the forest walls were covered in moss and fungus. There were fallen trees that stretched hundreds of feet with ...
... afternoon. Cole’s bike continued to run flawlessly and with the burden of uncertainty lifted (at least temporarily) we thoroughly enjoyed the 3 plus hours of undulations and sweeping turns we encountered as we followed the contour of the landscape along the two rivers. The final third of the ride along the Trinity river was particularly enjoyable as the road tightens up and the scenery transitions from arid to forested.