Old Crocker Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Beverage Selection
- Free parking
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... bacon, eggs and toast which were outstanding and satisfied us throughout the day.
We had several open sites beside us so we had plenty of room to spread out. Once we're set up, it would take probably 20 to 30 minutes to tear down, so we stayed in place. No trips to town and we nibbled on what we had in the cooler for lunch and the evening meal. We did an detailed tour of the campsite to give Chi ...
... KOA just off of Route 101 in Cloverdale and we headed there. To get to this KOA, we followed the signs on local backroads and wound around and up hills on a very narrow asphalt road. It was so far off the beaten path that I joked to Dolly that this might be one of those clothing optional California swinger hangouts. Luckily it wasn't and we registered and set up for the night. This was the most expensive campground ...
But before getting to the wine country, the lady at the last campground had suggested a couple of places we might like to stop along the way. One was this funky little town called Loleta. This was located in an agricultural valley and there was a cheese factory there. Very good cheese, as a matter of fact.
And just down the road from this town was another interesting town ...
... store is closed now. Some have moved to other towns, some just gone for good. My beloved Rio Theatre and Don’s Dogs have switched from “For Sale by Owner” to an actual agent. I suppose it is just another economic cycle and I hope someday it will swing back up. It means I may have to go a couple of miles further to get some goodies, but that isn’t really a big problem. No escaping change, eh?
Meanwhile, the neighborhood ...
... carrier with four half filled water bottles for wheels. The 880 freeway from Oakland basically felt like the entire universe was conspiring against anything larger than a smart car and the two lane roads, gravel parking lots and randomly placed rocks all over wine country were no picnic either.
The whole crew (pictured below) met up at Asti Cellar no.8 where we parked and ...