Villa Moliere Lodging
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... the ride. Some may think it's worth it, some may not. I do know that we liked it.
We got off the elevator and were greeted by the smell of fish and seal ****. We quickly got over this as the cave itself was pretty interesting! There were around 300 sea lions or seals in the cave when we were there....and they were educational to watch.
The cave also had a view back to the lighthouse. I stood at this cave ...
... need to buy it fresh or go to Asia since most of the catch is exported. I walked a few blocks of the downtown area. Like so many other small towns, many of the businesses had closed up shop for good. It's sad. I browsed the Black Cat Antique Mall and found a vintage bone bead necklace that I want to have reworked into an updated treasure. I was getting hot and itchy from the rash so I wandered on back to the baby house to wake up Bud and ...
... fingers crossed. I took my seat at the helm and turned the key. The old gal fired to life with little effort and I got a genuine sense that she was happy we were home. We spend the night in Redding, and hit he road first thing Sunday morning.
First stop was Redwood National Park. Here we were scheduled to meet our old friends and neighbors who were on their own three weeks tour of the National Parks of the west. We met at a local crab shack on the harbor and caught ...
... end of a long pier where we watched crabbers pull their traps out of the ocean with a few gorgeous crabs. Ebony was very curious. (Diane and Gary have fallen in love with her; she has been so well behaved. What a sweetie!)
We found more delicious seafood for lunch and caught a glimpse of very large harbor seals lolling in the sun.
Back to Brookings, we headed into the hillside ...
... br> week and I will be adding some of your e-mails to the service. A link to a google maps page where you can
track our location will also be available.
Those of you that I add to the emergency e-mail, will be shouldered with
the responsibility to immediately contact local emergency services providing
them with our GPS coordinates and instructions to get their asses to our