Timber Cove Inn
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... an experience! Even though you know it isn't a normal car it's still a surprise to lift the hood and see nothing but more storage space instead of a motor. Did I mention it's quiet?
Ashton was enthralled with a bucket, spade and a whole bunch of sand. He made many, many mounds of sand the tide having just gone out the sand was perfect for making castles. It took about an hour before he gave in and asked to strip off to join the other kids playing in ...
... How did I get so lucky? I truly don’t know, but I am deeply grateful and humbled. His energy and kindness never seem to amaze me and I give thanks everyday that I found him, or he found me, or which ever way it worked.
While the outside is still a very large project, the inside is quite cozy. The upshot being…. I live here now. While I will be down south to visit now and then, this is my home. I hope you will come visit me ...
... roam freely. There were cows right next to the road, and one of them walked across the road in front of the person directly behind us. It was interesting to say the least.
We hit Bodega Bay around 7:00p.m. and found "full” signs at campgrounds. As we were driving into one state campground to find a site, a woman got out of her car and added the “full” sign at the entrance. I was a bit worried. I remembered viewing ...
... chairs on the deck. I can attest to their comfort as I took a couple of naps on them. He even made a protective cover for them!
Since we were leaving on Sunday, “Waffle Day” with Harry & Nancy was on Saturday instead of Sunday. Rosie & Frank were there and we all had a grand time. How sweet are our neighbors that they accommodated our schedule for their tradition? I LOVE them! After waffles with the crew we started to organize for closing up ...
... Avenue of Giants" and joined the Redwood Hwy 101 to Eureka.
Things we've noticed - Americans are really friendly and helpful, considerate and careful on the roads, they stop for pedestrians wherever they are, very little litter ($1000 fine if you do), the meals, coffee etc are all mega size, (haven't finished a meal yet). Note from Brenda - haven't had room to fit in dessert yet!! ...