Monthly Archives: November 2014

Harris Beach State Park – Oregon

November 21 – December 5, 2014 Although we stayed here for two full weeks, we didn’t do as much sightseeing as usual. We may travel around the country, going where we want, staying where we want for as long as … Continue reading

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We Made it to Oregon!!!

November 21, 2014 Our goal is to winter in Oregon to see if we want to live here year round. We have done an extremely slow wander to get here but we finally made it. We will spend at least … Continue reading

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Redwood National and State Parks

November 18-21, 2014 For the past two months we traveled through areas that had few clouds, lots of sun and almost no rain. As we headed north up the coast, that was about to change. More clouds, less sun and … Continue reading

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Humboldt Redwood State Park

November 15-18, 2014 The Avenue of the Giants is a spectacular 32-mile long two lane road that runs through an old growth redwood forest. The road winds its way around redwoods growing inches from the edge of the road. Although … Continue reading

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Fort Ross

Monday, November 10, 2014 Somebody call Sarah Palin! There’s a Russian fort on the California coast! They’ve got cannon and muskets too! It’s true. I swear. There was a Russian settlement in northern California, built in the early 1800s. Just … Continue reading

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CA Highway 1 between Bodega Bay and Leggett

November 9-15, 2014 We drove this portion of Route 1 in our 28′ Motor Coach towing the Subaru – driving North (which is the NON cliff side). We left Napa and headed west on a beautiful sunny day. We knew … Continue reading

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San Francisco Bay Area

San Francisco Tuesday, November 4, 2014 I had been to San Francisco once before, when I was much, much younger, and remembered it as a really cool city. I was married back then and spent the weekend with my then … Continue reading

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