Channel House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
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... nice walk go to waste.
First stop was the Port of Garibaldi which had had a big write up in the tourist press. It didn't live up to expectation. It was a bit like an east coast fishing town, nestled between an estuary and the hills, but the streets didn't feel like they had a lot of character. The bit of excitement was the local tourist train steaming past us while we were on the road - Robyn reached for the camera, but ...
... we got to Okiah and than we started seeing less vineyards and more forest. Mendocino County is known for wine, Humbolt County is known for Redwoods. We saw a lot of both. We also took the opportunity to grab a couple geocaches at rest stops along the way. Highway 101 joins Highway 1 which is the coastal highway and we got some great ...
... Went off to try and find the Devils Punch Bowl. Found it ....Saw it... pretty cool! Traveled on looking for a place to boondock. Found a sweet spot (Driftwood Beach) right on the ocean. It said no overnight camping but we tryed our luck any way and it payed off. Good thing it is the off ...
... so often to see the view over the vast ocean or to feel the sand under your feet. Whatever it is , it is a good way to spend summer days, even if the air feels a bit like April. Today we woke up at Kelly's Marina to the sun and then the chitter chatter if a dozen Samoan gypsies. They were dancing, bathing, fishing ... We had some homemade continental breakfast and broke camp. (The tent was covered with earwigs.) I gave up on the idea of fishing since ...
... the rain would cease, but it didn't, and the repairs to the roof had failed so we had our own mini waterfall in the shower compartment, plus another coming through the aeriel inlet (doubly annoying because we don't even have a television. So we found this great little site, tarped up and, whenever the rain stopped it's heavy drumming, Nigel climbed up and applied ever expanding layers of sealant.