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Travel Blogs from Fort Bragg
The day was evenly split into two - in the morning I allowed myself to by abducted by railway riding blue grass aliens and the afternoon at the beach. First the blue grass singing aliens - I took a four hour train ride on the Skunk Train - name this because you could smell it (gasoline engine and coal oil heaters) before you could see it. The train …
Today I left San Francisco via the Golden Gate Bridge. Yesterday I went over on the bus but today I rode over it on my bike. The sun shone over downtown SF today while on the bridge you couldn't even see the top of the towers the fog was so bad. This was an omen for my ride up the Coastal Highway Route 1. For half of my journey I traveled in fog …
... and metal sticking out of the rocks and multicoloured glass sand. From there we wandered around town in some of the many art galleries with local art. We spent a long time talking to the lady there and her friend offered us a place to stay. We couldn't believe how nice people were, helping us out and just generally being pleased to meet us. Daniel had an amazing mango smoothy in a cafe with another lovely owner, and we bought some local art to give as a present to Bennett ...
... Terry`s house is just across the road from the ocean and it is so awesomely convenient to talk a walk on the cliffs and beaches, or go look for starfish and tidal pool critters, or go seal spotting, or watch those big Pacific waves crashing on the rocks, or dig in the sand, or watch a sunset over the waves. It is beautiful.
What else have we been up to? Well, Kevin is sewing again and I have done a couple alterations too. I am fermenting soda ...
In 1906, the town of Fort Bragg was devastated by an earthquake that pretty much leveled downtown, and in particular, the Chinese section of town. To rebuild the town the City Fathers decided to load all the ruble and dump it into the Pacific. Since the buildings were constructed of wood, the sea carried that debris away, the saltwater rusted the metal and what was left was broken glass and pottery. The town continued dumping glass and other refuse into the ocean when ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed