Inn at Occidental
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was very disappointed; indeed she might sob...
He said he would go and check in the kitchen in case he could find one lamb, which she didn't really want, as we had decided to have the beef; but actually there was no lamb so that was fine.
Specials so special that they were not even on the menu! Now there's a first!
E.C. offered to do a lap dance in retribution, which was very funny.
The steaks when they came were 14 oz and enormous... but ...
... traveling up the California coast -- and did so again yesterday. Today I drove to see another lighthouse while Dan R&R'd in the trailer. The Point Montara Lighthouse, built in 1873 and still in use today, stands on a rocky bluff only 70 feet above the ocean so that the light is visible beneath the high fog in the Bay area. The elevation here in the campground is 64 feet, and the weather forecast for the time we're here is highs in the mid-70's to ...
We ate breakfast in the parlor for the last time, packed up and set off for the Marin City Gate National Recreation Area. This is a protected area of land to the north across the Golden Gate Bridge. Once in the recreation area, we parked at a trail head and set off for an hour of hiking. We were hoping to make it to the water but after half an hour of walking downhill, we had to turn around for the half hour uphill return trip. We were ...
... and the devastating drought was apparent wherever extensive irrigation was not employed. The many reservoirs were reduced to small ponds. The Lake Shasta Reservoir was down an astounding 144 feet! It's really a sad sight to witness.
We drove southward through the pretty Sonoma Valley. Miles and miles of ...
... and Ranch W as the one the Bear Valley visitor center sits. 45 min drive from Ranch A to Ranch W.
Wrapped up the day hike with another easy hike, Chimney Rock. Not as impressive as Sculpture Sand Beach hike, though different wildflowers blooming along the trail. I feel that I'm getting my share of nature education continuing education this trip :-)