Travel Blogs from Ukiah
Family and Friends,
We thought that those of you who are not RV'ers would enjoy seeing the mechanics of moving an RV, from breaking to setting up camp.
We have made videos of each step of the process, which was a lot of fun!
This is part 1.
We took a ride to Fort Bragg on the coast to go to Glass
Beach, well known for sea glass. Many years ago it used to be the town dump,
long since cleaned up but the ocean is still turning sea glass. Had fun picking and even got Bruce to pick
also. It was a beautiful spot and on the
way back to the car we saw a doe with two fawns. We ...
Right from the start of our road trip we had been keen to visit Yellowstone national park on our way back north from Las Vegas. However, when we got closer and did the calculations it became pretty clear that Yellowstone was a very long way back east and quite a massive place to try and explore on a tight schedule. In the end we decided that Yellowstone would have to be left for another adventure. So, when we heard that Calistoga had a ...
... to make sure the pod would clear the right turn so I hugged the left side and drove ever so slowly. Son of a gun if we didn't hear a clanging and dragging metal sound. That silly little pole that sticks out by the driver door had struck the rock planter and popped off. We had just blocked the entrance to the park. Susan told the two cars that were waiting patiently for us to scrounge up $8 to go through the exit. ...
... headed for 253, we let Navi rest. This was a non-GPS day.
Highway 253 went through Northern California wine country. This was beautiful. No wind, just flat smooth road that went in the mountains again. Once we were back in the mountains the road continued to be smooth and steep. Trucks were going slow and road construction tempered our pace. Soon we were winging it again. An hour later we found Ukiah, California. No cell phone signal, but ...