Travel Blogs from Ukiah
... bacon, eggs and toast which were outstanding and satisfied us throughout the day.
We had several open sites beside us so we had plenty of room to spread out. Once we're set up, it would take probably 20 to 30 minutes to tear down, so we stayed in place. No trips to town and we nibbled on what we had in the cooler for lunch and the evening meal. We did an detailed tour of the campsite to give Chi ...
... day" for only $25; but we politely declined. All of their wines were dry white wines, not my or Dolly's favorite, we like sweet and red. And cheap.
As we continued north, we crawled at a snails pace through several small towns. Evidently the stop signs in these small towns and large amount of traffic back up worse than Red's Eats in Wiscasset, Maine on Route 1 during the busy summer tourist season.
... anyway), where we were able to drive down it. Having visited it when I was 8, i found it just as exciting this time round, if not more so!
My second experience of the Golden Gate bridge was unfortunately less successful, thanks to the sea fog that was completely covering it. Oh well, at least between us we can say that we've driven and cycled over it.
... switchbacks reminiscent of a rollercoaster ride. This thing not only went down, it cut back left in the tightest hairpin I have ever seen. As it went around and down, I mean it went down and away. I wanted to take pictures but the bike probably would not have parked without sliding. I think I let out a Yeahhhhh!, as I fell into the curve. I just let the curve take us through. I felt my stomach stay back at the top; it would catch up soon ...
... spent and the general weariness. In true denial fashion I assume the car will be fine now that there are no major grades anymore and for the time being I have been right.
I head out to Port Arena and free from the relentless need of focus am able to enjoy these amazing beach cliff views as well as unceasing huge waves crashing against a bevy of rock and sand. I regroup a little and watch the water and decide it ...
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Other places to stay in Ukiah
1720 North State St., Ukiah | 3 star motelfrom $65
950 N. State St., Ukiah | 2 star motelfrom $54
1208 South State Street, Ukiah | Motelfrom $54
1070 S State St, Ukiah | 1 star motel$45 average
406 S State Street, Ukiah | 2 star motelfrom $48
1720 North State Street, Ukiah | 2 star motelfrom $67