Coast Inn & Spa
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- Pets allowed
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... you feel small. It towers up over 300 feet. It's round, deeply grooved trunk is probably 20 feet or more in diameter. It is a giant. At its feet lies the body if a fallen giant, even bigger, with the words, "the act of letting go " carved into it prominently. Atop this dead tree a few saplings reached up from the burls. Around the King is his court, a grove of ten other massive trees , watching the centuries pass here together. Sunlight struggled to hit the ground because ...
... and metal sticking out of the rocks and multicoloured glass sand. From there we wandered around town in some of the many art galleries with local art. We spent a long time talking to the lady there and her friend offered us a place to stay. We couldn't believe how nice people were, helping us out and just generally being pleased to meet us. Daniel had an amazing mango smoothy in a cafe with another lovely owner, and we bought some local art to give as a present to Bennett ...
... br> There have been showers but, campground showers are not terribly luxurious. You're lucky if they are critter free. Some campgrounds have had pay showers, sort of like a car wash, but only 50 cents. But, no wax cycle. I miss my own shower, which is, in my view, nicer than most 5 star hotels. I could easily charge a dollar for my shower, maybe two. Still, no wax cycle though.
... cells and the prison itself including the dining hall, library and the administration building and warden's office. The tour took you through the riot and how 3 prisoners actually escaped the prison, but when they set out on the water they were never seen again, so people don't know if they actually drowned or made it to shore and disappeared. The cells were terrible and extremely small - these people definitely suffered. It was a very interesting ...
... and salt-tinged air until we popped out on the coast at Fort Bragg. Our campsite was pre-booked at Mackerricher State Park which is located just 5 miles north of Fort Bragg. It is a great spot, as not only are there several spacious campsites under the trees with the sound of the surf wafting through the bush, but there is also ocean and beach access. We quickly pitched our tent and loaded back into Odie to take the short ...