Albion River Inn
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... a small church with a 47-foot tower, and the original lens is still in use today. The Point Arena Lighthouse, built in 1908, is a 115-foot tower that replaced an earlier structure destroyed in the 1906 earthquake. This tower is the tallest lighthouse along the California coast, and the rocks and crashing waves below its prominent point are awesome. The elevation in ...
slowly up the “Lost (in the 60’s)
Coast”, N Cal does seem to be in a time warp!
a cliff edge one night we saw migrating Grey Whales, very close, just on dusk.
We were in
the Valley of the Giants-redwoods that is. Also the perfect growing climate ...
... pic. Its always the older guys that are the most friendly with strangers. We headed our on Mattole rd for our 4 hr journey and it was incredible. Super windey narrow roads the were extremely steep at times. Often you would see tons of no tresspassing signs on the end of obscure driveways in the heavily wooded roadsides. An "unofficial " sign was posted that said Security Patrolled. I swear i saw the same white pickup and thick ...
... had so many questions that they handed us the keys and a little piece of paper explaining how to use the tap without any request. Must be used to stupid tourists by now. Anyway enough whining....for now... Since I last bogged we have visited the Monterey aquarium, walked the Golden Gate Bridge and have driven up California 1 coastal road to fort Bragg. Drive was interesting ...
Drove to Mendocino on a beautiful sunny day. The traffic was heavy but moved right along as we headed further north.
When we turned off 101 onto Hwy 128 the fun began. It is a very winding and narrow road but fortunately there was very little traffic and we made good time. It is very lovely through there with pockets of redwoods creating tunnels of beauty as you drive ...