Ukiah-Days Inn Gateway To Redwoods/Wine Country
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 ...
... 15 miles and then had to turn back eastward to get to our hotel. The only road back was 28 miles of more hairpin turns, not quite so bad, but bad enough. Elaine, you would not have liked this one bit!
By the time we got to the hotel in Ukiah, we decided to go to the pool and cool off. It's 96 degrees here.
... it. It was beautiful with mountains and very deep valleys. Building a road through that area must certainly have been a challenge and the recent upgrades, an exercise in building bridges over valleys and deep river cuts.
Tonight we are settled into a State Fair campground - the first park for many, many miles with space for a large unit and offering full hook-ups. We will sleep ...
... stiff grades and as I approached Port Arena something happened that has never happened in a 18 years of car ownership, the car began to over-heat, on a serious grade.
My Dad is a Commecial Airline Pilot (Ret.) and may be one of the most mechanically-minded man I know so in a flurry I call home as I know little about engine technology. Mom answers and I quickly ask for Dad. We discuss what's happening and ...