Cottages on River Road
Travel Blogs from Guerneville
... left after 20 minutes or so. We headed on the freeway where Kevin took some sneaky shortcuts up the slip lane over the bridge, skipping about 50 cars, a clever idea! We had a good chat about all sorts of things, including his 2 year old, my trip etc. Kevin is a great guy. Kevin took the scenic route to Chris’ office as the traffic on the freeway was insanely busy. When we arrived I gave Chris a call and he came out and met us. Chris then gave me a tour ...
... at Mendocino (can't get that 1969 tune out of our heads!) It's a great seaside village perched on the cliff's edge. People kept saying Kris Kristoffersen frequents same pub!
Point Arena Lighthouse was a bit of a walk but worth the visuals.
Today we walked half a mile out to Point Cabrillo Light Station, drove the Hwy 1 torture track to Leggett where we drove through the giant redwood ...
Dove from Grants pass via Mt Shasta to Chico to pick up docs... then to Guerneville along the Russian River... staying at my favorite little place the Highlands (http://www.highlandsresort.com/).
Wifi in the living room, cell phone isn't working.... a nice walk in the redwoods (Armstrong Redwoods) a good opportunity to decompress and reconnect before I head back to Brasil tomorrow
... rushed into the sea every few miles and the road twisted around each one.
We stopped at MacKerricher State Park because they had a sign announcing the posession and display of a grey whale skeleton. It was true, Andrew was excited about the sight, but probably not as much as I was. We continued to the day use part of the park. Here we bypassed the beach and walked down the boarded path onto a cape. Below the cape, a collection of rocks in the sea ...
... amazing things for the cause of Christ. There are no fewer than two dozen men and women who are now doing serious work for the poor, the environment and the arts from that orignal group of 100 students. I give Erik alot of credit for marshalling these efforts. He is also the namesake of our own son, Erik!
Well, I'll weave more detail in during these four preparation weeks and maybe some of the experimental photography that will take place.
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking