Travel Blogs from Ukiah
Family and Friends,
We thought that those of you who are not RV'ers would enjoy seeing the mechanics of moving an RV, from breaking to setting up camp.
We have made videos of each step of the process, which was a lot of fun!
This is part 1.
We took a ride to Fort Bragg on the coast to go to Glass
Beach, well known for sea glass. Many years ago it used to be the town dump,
long since cleaned up but the ocean is still turning sea glass. Had fun picking and even got Bruce to pick
also. It was a beautiful spot and on the
way back to the car we saw a doe with two fawns. We ...
... the hubcaps back on and made a mental note to get a rubber mallet.
The rig handled the Redwood Highway's sharp turns very well. We pulled over at a couple turnouts but decided that it would be best to find a day park to eat lunch and experience the trees. We found one and from the street, it looked like we could enter and exit well. We stopped at the station but it was unmanned. As we pulled away, ...
... shop. I went inside to see. It was a spinning display case from his family’s wood shop; he donated it to the hardware store to display wares.
Another gentleman came by and congratulated me on my Goldwing, I told him her name was Bonnie. He also said the best way to get to Ukiah and a hotel that could have internet access was to continue out of town and get on 253. Ukiah had an airport and a Wal-Mart, This meant civilization. ...
... hailed a taxi in just to get you from one side to the other. And once the fat boys had got out the pool at 10.30 it was really, really quiet – I slept like the proverbial (sequoia) log.
And once again I had a strange supermarket experience. There was a Wallmart over the road and I figured some fresh food from there would be a better bet than driving to find eats. But this Wallmart had barely half ...