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... under the massive Redwood trees. It gets really dark under them. All of a sudden, the Pacific comes into view! Lovely surprise! Then, the drive to Mendocino was very short.
Our selected place to stay after some research was the JD House (http://www.bluedoorgroup.com/property/ j-d-house/) . We got the warmest welcome by Steve Archuleta, the administrator of the place. He showed us our gorgeous room and invited us to grab a coffee and ...
... dump. While the idea of a sea glass beach was cool, it was sadly mostly picked over by people sitting with large bags collecting the glass. Sunday morning we packed up and visited Headlands Coffee in Fort Bragg to get some cold morning rejuvenation. We made our home in the Russian Gulch campground where the road winds down to a protected bay and our campsite was backdropped by blackberry bushes. At the bay I noticed a man ...
Sharon and Julie are our SAG team (support and gear). They have been shadowing us on our entire ride and visiting a number of scenic stops and gift stores etc...Usually they drive past Bill and Brian once in a day. Today though they drove by three times (maybe more)....but on one of the drive bys the guys flagged them down for additional clothing. The weather changed dramatically moving from the inland Highway 101 to the coastal ...
... I tightened my grip focused on the road ahead, not seeing one speck of the beautiful view along the way.
When it got dark, Jonas took over. At this point, the tension had been rising for some time. First, I was not enjoying the beautiful scenery we had driven all this way to see. Second, we were not exactly making good time toward our friends in San Francisco, who have a baby and could not wait up all night for us. Third, we knew we still ...
... stuffed a piece of processed ham into a chicken breast and then given it such a title. But as it too was nearly cold - it set the Brussels off nicely.
I am taking this opportunity to lose weight – it would be so much harder if the food was appetising but unless there is an amazing culinary revelation in the galley over the next couple of weeks, my eating plan should see me more sylph like by the time I get home.
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