Point Arena Lighthouse
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With some smart sales talk I managed to talk myself up for a quick view from the lighthouse before they closed. And then didn't even have to pay - added bonus. Bucket list crossed off - I have been up a lighthouse and enjoyed the views that were on offer
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Over the past four days we have been in and out of various small towns along the coast north of California. While we saw some beautiful things, our days were filled with the peaceful leisure of loafing about and so we will include those days all in one post. On Saturday we made our camp along the coast between Highway 1 and some cliffs dropping to the ocean. In fact the campsite used to be on the eastern side of the old Highway 1, but ...
"An easy half mile walk takes you from well-tended gardens through a fern-covered canyon to spectacular vistas at the ocean's edge. The plaza sets the stage for the beauty that awaits."
-from the brochure of Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens
Sadly, this would be our final whole day of the program. The time had passed very quickly but we ...
... as its quite twisty and turny in places (as well as plenty of photo opportunities). As a result we didn't quite get as far as I had hoped but that's part of the fun of this holiday I'm rapidly having to come to grips with :). around 8:30 we turned up in Point Arena Cove and stayed in the Wharf Masters Inn overlooking the fishing cove. Dinner in the restaurant below finished at 9 so at 8:50 we ran in and got the last order in ...
... coast and Bonnie is pointed west by northwest. Navi is directing us to Point Arena, California. The Wharf Master's Inn. The wind Titan has been calmed by my new ride prayer. I have not fully recovered from his jokes. It still gives me great anxiety when I feel his breathing. I must remember to ask my therapist wife to sign me up for some sort of aversion therapy. Whenever I see a ...
... faces with fish and chips, clam chowder and crab. Then checked out the sealions at Pier 39, smoked cigars, and listened to street music.
Then had a nap.
Post nap we gorged ourselves on some superior Indian cuisine, smoked more cigars, and hung out around the sweet fire at the hotel.
Saturday we went to a great halloween party at Rob's boss' house. I was ...