MacCallum House Inn
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Travel Blogs from Mendocino
... After 10 hours on the road we eventually pulled into Mendocino, arriving at 10pm. Although 10 hours seems quite a long time, it was quite short compared to greyhound and the long flights we took during our trip. Plus Nathan is gaining much road experience, so if truck driving ever becomes a choice of career he'll be well prepared after this experience! We pulled up at a beautiful Victorian hotel, 130 years old, full of character. We felt so privileged to be staying here! We ...
... between them and sea lions. After the
talk we all walked over to the area where the seal pups were. This is
the end of the "pupping" season so they were not as small as we had
hoped. It was still a very interesting presentation.
we headed to the kite festival that had been advertised. It must be in
its infancy because there were not many spectacular kites but a large
number of home-made kites but it did ...
Found Schooners Landing on the Albion River and decided to go and check it out. The sites line up along the Albion River. You can tell it is mainly an RV park because the sites are not very large and quite close to each other but they do have full hookups. They will hold a site for us.
Parked near the visitor center and did a walk around the gardens there and then walked out to the headlands right there in the ...
... We set up camp and then went to the water. The water was super cold, but a neat little cove with a huge bridge that towered over. We walked along the beach for a while in the windy fog, and then we headed back to our site to fix dinner and enjoy a little campfire.
It was a cold night, and a cold morning when we woke up. We fixed coffee and tea, broke down camp and were on our way north again. ...
... their part in the season change – not just weather change.
And the bottom line is I suppose, I am missing the variables that being with ‘real’ people bring, that the seasons bring, that a ship can’t supply.
Sent by email from the ship and posted by the Old Sea Dog's PA - it is difficult as the Old Sea Dog's PA to hear him sounding so glum (particularly as he is normally quite a chirpy Old Sea Dog), so if you are able to spare ...