The Wharf Master's Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Beverage Selection
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... so we headed back for an early lunch. Ashton and I lay down to catch up some sleep while Conrad and the other kids watched a movie. Everyone felt much improved so we headed back down to shell beach.
Conrad and Melvyn went for a walk down the other side to take pictures and see what wildlife was around as the dun began to set. Jocelyn, the kids and I headed down to the beach so collect shells. The kids only spent a short while doing ...
... an experience! Even though you know it isn't a normal car it's still a surprise to lift the hood and see nothing but more storage space instead of a motor. Did I mention it's quiet?
Ashton was enthralled with a bucket, spade and a whole bunch of sand. He made many, many mounds of sand the tide having just gone out the sand was perfect for making castles. It took about an hour before he gave in and asked to strip off to join the other kids playing in ...
... feelings inside my heart as I rode slowly up the lighthouse road. The thought of couples beginning their shared lives together permeated my heart. I wondered about my own mother and father as they took their vows. I have never seen any photographs of that day.
Robyn gave me insight into my dad’s life. He and his father were hurt and emotionally crippled by the death of my father’s mother. It ...
Mum and the boys flew into San Francisco Friday afternoon and I went and picked them up and we spent the night in the city! I hadn't really seen much of SF yet so it was awesome to check it out with the fam. We stayed on Market Street which is right in the middle of everything. We walked everywhere. All the way down to Fisherman's Wharf where we ...
... veered off 101 and turned onto the legendary California Route 1—the coastal road that skirts the coast. Boy, I thought the Beartooth Highway was something! Highway 1 is more twists and turns and ups and downs than I would think could be crammed into one road. We had planned to leave the redwood parks and drive inland to Lassen Volcano National Park, but changed our plans at the last minute to give ...