Motel 6 Ukiah
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... I got a glimpse yesterday at these huge trees but got a much better look today. This morning was really cool . . . Driving between these giant trees with the mist and fog was like being in some magical world where if you saw a Hobbit it would not seem out of place. Then 101 turns into a 65 mph 4 lane road with little traffic that runs the higher elevations offering panoramic views of the forests below . . . Then it slows down ...
... the cab.
Undaunted... we piled into the Pod and experienced the giant trees. See some of the photos below. When we returned to the coach, the kids wanted to swim in the creek... and they did.
As we prepared to leave the park I discovered that we were missing a hubcap. I underlined the rubber mallet on the shopping list. We drove north towards Oregon. Along the way we stopped to eat and catch a few waves.
... hot aging hippy chicks! Very relaxed place.
Lisa and Allen live in a valley outside of the metropolis of Hopland, CA on land Allen's dad bought in the 1920's. It is on a dead end road that goes all the way up the mountain that has maybe 7 places on it, a few of them hunting camps. They have a propane refrigerator and hot water heater, no electricity, and a composting toilet. Not the fancy electric kind. The 5 gallon bucket that ...
... all morning. We all got to know Eric a tad better. We made a fire. They played some music. We cleaned the house a bit. We played some cards. Jen was able to clean out the fridge a bit and put together a great lunch. We had Holly's chicken soup, I helped with the green salad and Jen made this hot dog, sauerkraut, eggplant dish.
Around 2:00 we went out to the winery with the intention to bottle some wine. We tasted three Le Vin wines and Eric asked us all to critique. He ...
... as being a cultural mix of aging hippies up from SFO and true-born redneck loggers and farmers. It was certainly a colourful clash of ideas!
What I listened to: The Boss was running away quietly in the background and me and the hitcher made pleasant conversation. Once at Ukiah the stereo was ditched in favour of some low-rent TV as I watched re-re-runs of Bones and Angel. Boreanaz has one of this networks sown ...