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... expansiveness of moist, fresh, salt air to the closeness of the forests with the smell of cedar and earth was quite a change. The giant redwoods and Douglas fir trees were so amazing in their size and silent beauty. The sounds are muted in the forest, no echoing fog horns and buoy bells, but soft shuffling of forest critters and dripping of moisture accumulating on giant leaves. To stand beside something that has been living for ...
... trees. Following the Russian River we entered the wine country of Sonoma and vineyards stretched from the highway to the horizon. At Cloverdale we started climbing and lost the freeway and then entered the lake country access near Hopville. Back to freeway for awhile near Ukiah we decided not to get off to visit the Sun House.
It was getting late and ...
Now that the US Government had shut down our options were a bit more limited. Crater Lake was a no-no, and so was any other Federal site. So we spent the weekend in Sacramento hatching a Plan B. To our absolute delight our planning was assisted by the best coffee we'd had in the USA, thanks to Common Grounds in Woodland!!
Having left Sacremento, fortified by another REAL coffee, we headed west with an ...
... through rural California again back to the town of Point Reyes. Driving north on Highway 1 again, this time with the inlet to our left, we sit back and enjoy the Californian coastline. We want to get as far north as possible today, but we cannot resist making the occasional stop to grab some photos! We make some bathroom breaks along the way – at one point taking William into a small supermarket, where they really smile at ...
... that kept popping up try to
convince us to feed them something.
Went back to the car and gathered up our things for a nice picnic lunch with a view out over the Pacific. Very nice.
was a talk on seals that we went to. It was well attended and there
was the added attraction that we would go out to where the seal pups
were. The man doing the presentation gave us a lot information about
seals and also ...