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... and "Holy Sh--". The thing that gets him the most is the lack of guard rails along the cliff-side of the roadway. Plus the fact that a Mustang or Porsche would be more maneuverable on the hairpin curves and switchbacks than our big F350 truck -- oh well. I might, just possibly, leave him back at the trailer next time! The Point Cabrillo Lighthouse, built in ...
... PinaColada chocolate. WOW!!!! I want another one of those right now.
In general, Fort Bragg is a beautiful coastal town. A little cold breeze was very refreshing before we head back to Phoenix! Right now I am sitting outside our hotel room, wearing a hat, sleeveless, enjoying a sea breeze with a hint of cold.
Tomorrow we plan on driving on the CA-1 on the coast for a good 2 hours before hitting the 101 to go to San Francisco again and travel back to Phoenix.
... this far into Fall, the beachside spots were booked out, so we continued northwards up Route 1. The view from this windy road was amazing! Apart from nearly being taken out by greedy RVs a few times.
We reached our campsite at Salt Point just in time to set up our tent and then wander down to catch the sun setting over an ocean to the west - a novel sight for a Sydneysider! That night we were entertained by the antics of ...
... old car struggling to keep up. White knuckle all the way in. So we got a late start today leaving South San Francisco at 10:30. We worked our way through San Francisco toward the Golden Gate bridge. The streets and homes are built into the hillsides so up and down they change elevation. This part of San Francisco is not what you typically see in the movies or TV shows. The homes are packed tightly ...
... the kids flying them wee
We started headed back toward Russian Gulch and
stopped off at Jughandle State Natural Reserve to enjoy more of the
sunshine. Nadxli and Jerry walked down to the beach, and Robert hiked
the Ecological Staircase Trail. Laura had a bit of quiet time in the
Back to the campground for our last night at Schooner Landing before heading back to get ourselves repacked for heading ...