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... left that you can drive through. Luckily for
us, all three were on our route so we planned to drive through the last 3
I would tell you what time we left our hotel, but time has stopped having
any meaning for me.
The first leg of our trip was mostly coastal highway and once again it was
foggy. It really was beautiful but there wasn't anything new to see. It didn't
take us long to reach Klamath, California which is the site of the first drive
... Hitchcock Coit.
Lillie was rescued from a fire at age eight. She became somewhat of a mascot for the fire department and eventually became a volunteer firefighter. She was a bit of a character - I found this tidbit kind of interesting:
'Firebelle Lil' Coit was one of the more eccentric characters in the history of North Beach and Telegraph Hill, smoking cigars and wearing trousers long before it ...
... one beside us so lots of space to maneuver ourselves into place. When we got back it was occupied so we had very close neighbours. Met the people, who are from central Oregon but come here often. They had some tips for places to see. We are quite near the highway and we can hear traffic at the office but back here in our spot, it is quite quiet. We are booked in for three days - at least - depending on how the weather is. Right now it is ...
... for home but decided to go back a different way. We ended up in Petaluma, which is about ten miles south of where our current "home" is. We were just heading out of Petaluma when lo and behold we discovered there were Outlet Stores. Roy bought a watch (like he needs another watch) and I bought some knives for the motorhome. Didn't see anything I wanted or needed so was happy to window shop. There was no Izod but I know - Esther and Giselle - you'd have been in those ...
... the other was from West Kelowna! Small world! So far these are the only people we have met. They said they could tell we were Canadians because we were friendly.
We came back on to the freeway at Garberville, near our original destination, and arrived there a lot earlier than we expected so we decided to continue on. Stopped at a pullout for lunch just south of Garberville then continued on with a plan to end at Willits, another 50 miles down the road. ...