This is the first day we had cell service in several days. It started out foggy but brightened to one of the warmest days yet. It was an inland route so there weren't many scenic views. On top of that Laura broke her deraileur cable snapped and had to be rescued. The campsite we were scheduled to camp at had a broken sewer system. We were able to find sites at the Redwood Resort and Pub RV camp. Clean showers and 80 degree weather is a great combination.
Travel Outside The Bubble
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Today was our day off. Biked to Chetco Point Park and Harris Beach. The day started cloudy but the the sun came out and warmed things up. It was a great relaxing day. We are re-energized for heading into California tomorrow.
Today was a wash out. Driving rain and wind continued into the night and this morning. The group decided to shuttle to our over night acommodations at the Brookings Inn. It was perfect timing as our down day is tomorrow and everything is soaking wet.
Today turned out to be a chaotic day. Right out of camp our navigation took us to a blocked off road. We traveled on blocked roads before so we thought we were okay. It was a gravel road which took us past a golf course to another gate which we have to carry our bike over. We then passed a remote house that had a big black dog that chased after Laura. Luckily it was friendly when it caught up to her. We continued past a third gate where the road narrowed but open...
This day was a good one with sun and reasonable temps in the 60s. There were several small towns with nice beaches. The main obstacle was a one mile bridge with one lane in each direction. Our leader was kind in shuttling us across it so we didn't suffer the wrath of the traffic. Some of us walked half way on a narrow sidewalk then biked the down hill side. Camped in Sunset Bay State Park.