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... trip a day early, and Daniel managed to get our money back. Things looked up from there though with a lovely couple that gave us their daughter's contact details in Vancouver and the rain stopped.
This turned out to be one of the best days ever as we explored Fort Bragg, just up the coast from Mendocino. We met a lovely stoned old man running the sea glass museum and checked out the amazing glass beach. We decided it was a beach from outer space, with random bits of ...
... to be a mile or so off shore and mostly I see the plumes of water as they breath. With binoculars I can often see their backs (bumpy) and sometimes a tail! We went on a picnic to Cabrillo Point Light House and were super lucky to see two Grey whales just a few hundred feet of the shoreline. Of course I did`t think to grab the camera because I was way too excited. It is really awesome to see such big animals in the wild.
Actually, being by the ocean has ...
... the extent that all the glass is pretty much gone and souvenir collecting is prohibited. What natural disaster can we label as a tourist spot and have people clean up????? However, Fort Bragg was worth the detour for its amazing pizzas and beers at Piaci Pub And Pizzeria. Winner!
After lunch we continued our journey north - to Humboldt Redwoods State Park! Home to some more big, tall trees!
[8,350 miles on the road]
... make things even more exciting, a number of deer (how on EARTH did they get up these cliffs?) began to suddenly appear in the middle of the road when we would come around corners. Because we were moving so slowly, we would have these weird standoffs in the fog with bucks, and at one point, Jonas turned to me and said "I'm sorry, but if it comes to hitting a deer or swerving off the cliff, there's going to be a dead deer." I nodded agreement.
... the 23rd March to be exact. 8 more days!!!
So what has changed my philosophical attitude to my self imposed exile? I am still on a ship, crossing the oceans and doing more or less the same thing for the last 2½ months that I haven’t previously found so tedious. And the answer to that question is, I don’t know for sure, but 2 things keep coming to mind – one very silly and one not so silly.
The silly one first. In an email from Class 3 ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed