Motel 6 Eureka
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Seen one Motel 6 seen them all - almost. This one is very tired and in need of a refurb.
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... eat for the rest of the week! There is one thing that we, as Midwesterners, never have to worry about, and that is tsunamis -- all along Hwy. 101 near Eureka there are tsunami warning signs. The elevation in the campground is 25 feet, and the high temperatures have been in the low-60's, lows in the high-40's, and it's been mostly cloudy. What a difference in temperatures from the mid-90's at our last ...
... home, family & friends and our social life. Not knowing others in our age group in the area makes me realize what I (we) having awaiting when we come home. Thank goodness for kids. My day is filled with smiles, hugs, very tired and achy arms and various outdoor & indoor activities. In addition to helping with cooking and household jobs. I guess it can be said "I am not bored."
We drove up the coast to Florence, OR. ...
We made it to Eureka safe and sound! The drive up from NM was long. The AZ landscape was not to my liking. I need trees and greenery! The CA landscape was beautiful. It is a diverse landscape with desert, wineries, green hills, and the views of the bay. As you get farther north the redwoods, madrone and forests areas are breathtaking. It is very rainy but I don't care because we are with the ...
... been to another roadside attraction called "the Trees Of Mystery". Tania said she hadn't. I asked the woman what it was, but she said she hadn't either, so they remained a mystery.
We were spending the night in a place called Eureka which had the attraction of being the only large town between San Francisco and Portland. On the road we came in on, Gordon spotted three places offering bail bonds. Maybe there was a right side of town, but we were not on ...
... was playing. A few weeks earlier we went with Bjorn to see them play in Reno so we knew we were in store for a Head Fest. I enjoyed the tunes and tolerated The Scene while Kaitlyn dozed off in a corner booth. We left downtown Arcata well after bar time with plans to leave in the morning, not exactly the night Kaitlyn and I had envisioned.
The following morning we packed up all of our stuff, went and got the Scamp from it’s forest hideaway and ...