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Midday temp: 17C
We drove only a short distance before our first stop, the town of Eureka. Eureka was established in the mid 1800s, first as a gold rush town, then a logging and milling town. There still is a huge lumber mill here but there is also an Old Town district, a section of buildings and homes that are more than a hundred years old. We walked for a short while in this older area. Being a Sunday morning it was very quiet. Our main purpose for stopping was ...
... Fort Bragg was probably another 30 minutes away. Sure enough 30 minutes later we entered Fort Bragg. The first hotel we checked was really expensive but thankfully they gave us information on the nearest gas station. We filled up and checked our hotel coupons book and found our hotel for the night. Totally exhausted, we threw our bags into our room and found a small cafe that played live music, had dinner and returned home for a well-deserved ...
... I tightened my grip focused on the road ahead, not seeing one speck of the beautiful view along the way.
When it got dark, Jonas took over. At this point, the tension had been rising for some time. First, I was not enjoying the beautiful scenery we had driven all this way to see. Second, we were not exactly making good time toward our friends in San Francisco, who have a baby and could not wait up all night for us. Third, we knew we still ...
... Gate Bridge, up 101 for a hundred miles or so and then cut across the mountains to the coast, to visit our friends Blue and Julie in Ft. Bragg. They have a cute little house with a little guest house attached, which I shared with Loren. We had foggy mornings and mostly sunny afternoons and Julie and Blue showed us around the town and the many beaches with great views.
Suite à nos aventures nocturnes avec
monsieur le shérif; nous pensons qu'il est plus sage de ne pas
s'éterniser sur les lieux du crime alors le café attendra et nos
estomacs aussi! Nous rejoignons donc "la ville" la plus
proche pour aller se faire un déjeuner à l'américaine dans un vrai
restaurant du continent. Banquette kitch à souhait et serveuses aux
chignons tirés et petits tabliers.Une fois rassasiés, nous partons
pour une ballade... ...