Super 8 Cloverdale
Travel Blogs from Cloverdale
... much needed exercise, but other than that pretty much stayed put in our designated spot. If you're looking for excitement from us, you won't find it today, rest and relaxation was the order of the day. I did finally fix Chi-Chi's platform that lost its leg (she rides on this platform when she's not parked on the suitcases behind Dolly's seat.)
I made a purchase in the KOA office of another ...
... at $55 a night, but they have a "deal" two-fer where if you stay Friday night, Saturday night is also free. That makes it reasonable.
Thanks for reading and viewing, look for another post tomorrow on The Greezwald's adventure to California. We are only about 200 miles from our first major destination - Eureka/Arcata/McKinleyville, California.
Jan, Dolly and Chi Chi
... Interesting, because in this farming community, this town has a lot of Victorian style houses.
We were getting to this area on a Friday and were afraid we might have trouble finding a campsite, and we did. We called one and they said they had vacancies but when we got there it was not really a campground. It was a parking lot. Should not have been listed in the camping book. But we ...
... the doorway, and we really liked their C******nay.
The last stop of the day was at Quivera, where our host had gotten married. Quivera is an organic winery that also practices Biodynamic farming, a fancy way of saying they are also a mini farm with bees and lots of other little touches. We had completely new wines here, Grenache, and a desert Zinfandel. Our taster was a very funny man and made it a great way to end the day. ...
... Grocery Store for many years here. Love her and her equally ancient and adorable dachshund!
The neighbor on our left is a D.A. in S.F., and another one spends most of the year as a camp host in Morro Bay. I barely know the first names of my neighbors next door in Lake Forest. It is really different up here.
Of course there are the occasional jerks, especially ...