Gualala Country Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... up and down hills. In fact over 30 climbs of varying length were counted. They started to hate the down hills because they knew after a few tenths of a mile, the road would take a sharp rise. At one point, the grade reached 16 degrees. Trust me that is very steep. They were going so slow up the grade they were afraid the ...
... thing in nature to be sure. Andrew and I named it "King of Trees" and marked it as such in the GPS.
The Avenue ended not long after that and merged back with 101. Not far down the road from this, in Garberville was a store worth getting trapped by. The Bigfoot store was surrounded by award-winning work if the resident chainsaw artist. He made a Shrek, a whole slew of bears, a great little fairy tale treehouse, and most importantly, a large Bigfoot.
... on so the thing had a nice little feast! Later as we were packing up, a deer that was strangely confident came to pay a visit to the campsite which was a nice surprise! We got on the road and cycled the very steep, winding and hilly coastline in the misty rain, although as the majority of the hills were quite small, it was quite a pleasant ride. The hills were quite sharp though and Antek soon found out he couldn't ride them like a motorcyclist as he nearly went ...
... on and end up stopping in a creepy rest stop around Modesto. CA. Their rest stops are tough, the facilities are outside and freezing freaking cold and they say they have WiFi but, they really don't. The people milling around said rest stops are kind of creepy and we're talking moreso than New Jersey Turnpike rest stop creepy.
I keep the ball rolling and hit Fresno. I feel impelled to try In-n-Out Burger. People have said ...
... news about someone's health.
Northern California - land of the Giant redwoods and they are indeed giant and route 101 sometimes goes right through these redwood forests. One of the stops has a feature where you can actually drive through the tree. The roads here are pretty scary and it is not as easy to admire the views - too busy keeping my eyes and the car on the road.
The weather is back to being sunny and warm and the Pacific looks ...