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... for trolley cars & buses and mortorcycles and bikes driving constantly between the car lanes right next to you!...this even happens on the highways here at 65 miles an hour! I was getting ready to give up on finding parking but Jie found a public garage. Once parked in Chinatown we walked out and down the main strip on Grant Ave. we stopped in the Old Shanghai store and Jie helped me pick out a Tang Suit jacket ..this one is black with a ...
... the road rose and fell 1200m. Coming down we had to stop halfway to let the passengers and brakes recover. Where we stopped we startled a mother and two baby deers feeding off the side of the road.
Finally we arrived in Shelter Cove, a little community with a population of 800 with some houses down in the cove and mansions in the surrounding hills. We later found out it is a weekend place for the rich in San Francisco, who fly in to the tiny airport right in ...
"Kind friends all gathered 'round, there's something I would say, that what brings us together here, has blessed us all today. Love has made a circle that holds us all inside, where strangers are as family and loneliness can't hide" - from "Give Yourself To Love" by Kate Wolf.
When Deanne booked us tickets to the 2014 Kate Wolf Music Festival, I had to confess ignorance at comprehending the regard Kate demands in the West Coast California Music Scene.
... it is a beautiful drive .
On Thursday we drove about six miles away from our campsite to the Avenue of the Giants. This is a 31 mile drive on a country road that has an outstanding display of giant redwood trees and the Humboldt Redwood State Park, which is the largest remaining virgin redwoods in the world. Of course no trip ...
... but what a saga!!!!! In the end it was midday before we finally hit the road to the US, so much for our cruisy morning and early start on the road lol. Last time we went to the border we remembered that we had to cross a toll bridge. Now being tight haha we decided to avoid the toll this time, so we took a detour which sounds ideal but actually took us way longer and we ended up going over a different toll bridge anyway - good one google maps! :) This time we headed to the ...
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44761 Highway 101, Laytonville | Motelfrom $79