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One night only here. Instead of going another 100 miles more to the Redwoods, we stopped at this quiet RV park, Golden Rule RV. As it was, we went over 320 miles from Yosemite to get here. And ...
... home made cookies. That was a treat! We rested for a little while and then walked around the town. Houses are East coast style, but they are kept intact. The town's vibe is very relaxing and welcoming. Everyone greets you with a smile! That night, we decided having dinner at Cafe Beaujoleis. I got Sturgeon and Tom got a delicious Chicken. But the highlight was the chocolate lava cake we got for dessert.
Next day, Wednesday, after ...
... out of a large shell and given my Denverite lack of sea knowledge asked what he was doing. He told me all about Abalone, what he was cutting, and how to catch and prepare them. He was even nice enough to give the shell to Stebbs. From there we explored the town of Mendocino, which is filled with old Victorian style sea side houses one of which we were lucky enough to tour. It was quite cold and rainy so we perused the bookstore and ...
... of this ahead of us, no matter which route we took at this point. Fourth, now we were going to drive this road in the dark.
And that's when the fog rolled in.
For the next few hours, Jonas rolled slowly around each curve, with me sometimes sticking my head out the window to try to peer through the fog. We were literally traveling 15 miles per hour down the PCH for quite some time, certain we would never reach San Francisco before ...
... W 154º 48’)
(There’s a name to conjure with! We are in that region now)
Thursday 15th March 2012
I wrote the last entry yesterday and afterwards wondered whether to include it in the blog, but this morning as I awoke to another grey featureless day I decided I might as well share how I am thinking.
I went up to the bridge this morning and saw on the far right hand side of the chart they were using to plot our course, the ...