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... out, to the Pier. It was the 100th Anniversary of the Pier but not much had been done - a few food outlets and kayak and boat shops but little else! There were a large number of seals on a floating platform, but as you can gather I wasn't impressed and we quickly hit the road north again. We left the coast and headed inland to pick up I101N again to get into San Francisco and to cross the Golden Gate Bridge (something I've always wanted to do). After a brief rest stop ...
... Drove through the chandelier redwood tree - video attached. Lots of cyclists doing this road - hats off to them for the street gradients and tight turns and with fast traffic. So Eureka - I think we saw the wrong end of it and the hotel was comfy and clean but the manager was not great (travel lodge) and the view of garages and smell of rotting fish on arrival didn't really help. We left about 9 50 ish on the road to Gold Beach. ...
... Then I was able to send out the blog from the day before (the reason why it was so late). At about 8 or so, we headed back to the campground and settled in for the night.
What a day!
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Jan, Dolly and Chi Chi.
... much more like home in BC. We were able to watch some of the Olympics closing ceremony. It has been a bit hit and miss about what Olympics we watched over the past few weeks, as not all campgrounds have TV cable connections. However, we enjoyed seeing some of the ice dancing, and particularly the new women's ski jumping and the slope ski ....a bit like backwards snowboarding....so exciting. Now we are off to Ridgefield WA north east of Portland.....nearly into Vancouver and ...
... the screw tops.
After the talk she gave us five different wines to taste and at the end we bought a bottle of Roche Topaz which is a 2011 Late Harvest Wine. Its a sweet wine at a cost of $30. Most of the wines I tasted were not my type.
Next we were off again and received the history of the land we were going through. One thing I cannot get over is the Spanish influence that there is in California as a whole. The design of the houses ...