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... we all shopped for & prepared together. Was so great to hang out & catch up.
The next day, as we headed toward Glen Ellen to meet up with the next friend, Shane & I stopped at a swim hole we were told about, right off the highway & enjoyed some play time in to water.
... the forests. It was beautiful.
My next brainstorm was to take a trip to the coast and travel down the coast for a little while. Little did I know that the road was 26 miles of hairpin turns and I do mean hairpin turns and not going over 30 mph. Once we got to the coast it was beautiful. We traveled down the ...
... spots for tired harbor seals, which turn a golden brown after they are dried off.
On the way back on the path a pelican was resting. I figured he would fly off as we got closer. We'd move closer and he just sat there. I remembered my sister's stories about her time working at the wildlife refuge at Key West. Imagine her voice here with an echo a la the soap opera flashback: "The pelicans go right for your eyes. They see the reflections and think they are ...
... degrees depending on elevation!
In spite of all that, throughout the day we drove through more beautiful wild coastal landscapes, fantastic tunnels of giant trees that were often touching the edge of the pavement and otherwise very rural wilderness California. The section from Fortuna through to Willits was typical mountain wilderness and tourist country - what we were able to ...
... mountains though this was far more intense and white-knuckle. The focus required to keep the car on the road diminished my joy at the amazing farm-filled valley vistas but, I though the focus on the not dying in the car spinning off the cliff was warranted. An hour and a half later I had a problem. Possibly of Steve Austin "I can't hold it, she's breaking up, she's breaking up" proportions The brakes were getting ample use ...