Wild Rivers Motor Lodge
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... Enjoyed a fantastic Christmas with in San Diego and headed north. We had stops at Pinnacles National Park, San Louis Obisbo, Carmel, and ended in Redding where we stored the RV for the winter before heading home via Southwest (airline).
We arrived in Sacramento on late Saturday morning. As with all trips there was of course one hiccup. Only two of our three bags made the transfer from Chicago! Southwest promised to get us our bags, so we took them at their ...
An interesting aspect of life along the coast is the way so many things have to be timed with the tides. For instance, today, we drove to Crescent City to see the Battery Point Lighthouse, which can only be accessed during low-tide. A short walk across the bottom of the ocean took us to the small island that holds the lighthouse, the keepers' rooms, a storage building, and a kerosene building. ...
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Heidenau we will officially become road warriors and will be appearing in the
next upcoming Mad Max movie filming on the Dalton Highway at the end of June.
Top boxes are out, in favour of rack mounted rotopax and dry
bags. The dry bags provide superior versatility,
and the weight can be kept fairly low.
The Spot GPS tracker will be up and running over ...
... the Redwoods and Stout Grove where you take a small road that looks to be one way but is not!! The redwoods come right up to the road and you wonder if you really do have enough room to get through. While in the town of Crescent City, we checked out the angry surf and the lighthouse after the storm. Amazing power of that water.
The St. George Lighthouse was ...
Clever us stocked up at the supermarket to use the last of our Canadian dollars - only to have fruit and veges taken away by customs. Drats! It literally started raining as soon as we crossed the US bore, and didn't stop for the next few days (apart from our walking tour in Portland, thanks Portland!). This meant it was too rainy to see Mt ...