Cottages at Little River Cove
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... reminds us of good old Blighty with its greenery.
We were picking up a few supplies and we were asked the usual questions about where we are from etc. and the person asking the questions said I would love to go to England it's supposed to be very green. We both looked at her and said its a lot like your forest hear in places ...
... 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 ...
Day 14, Our visit with Louis was so enjoyable, but with the next day, came with the anticipation of being near our half-way destination of Eugene, OR – Kathy and Shawn’s home, and our pre-family reunion time there before the families start dribbling in, one-by-on. We left San Francisco with another recommendation to take the scenic route and so we did.
We were quickly into Wine Country and the scenery changed from the ...
... the others.
John and Cindy and Amigo, Nonny, and Youngi (the three dogs) arrived not long after we had set up out tent. All decided to drive into Mendocino and check things out. This was Cindy's first experience with the cold since she has lived in Brazil most of her life.
We decided to eat at the Mendocino Cafe and all had the Thai hot pot, with ...
... River but see little of it. Those big old trees are blocking the view! They also provide total shade for the roadway. When there is a rare patch of sunshine the light is blinding. As we near California Highway 1 the redwoods give way to less majestic flora, pines, shrubs and grasses that are more adapted to the salt air.
We turn north on Highway 1 and head towards our home for the next few days, Fort Bragg.