Samuel P. Taylor (3)

IMG_1112Third visit, same site. This time we got to enjoy a lazy, rainy weekend and didn’t do much of anything besides run the heater and make blueberry coffee cake. Perfection.

We lucked out leaving home and got a nice break from the rain for hitching up. We also got a break for unhitching when we arrived. For the rest of Friday evening and well into the day Saturday, we were treated to the sound of steady rain on the roof. We watched more episodes of “Altered Carbon” and generally wasted time online because we had excellent LTE inside the campground. IMG_1120In fact, we were online so much, we decided to run the generator to charge up the laptops. For people who resisted this technology as long as we did, we are certainly making up for lost time. It was nice to discover the generator fits under Dory, at least it did in this site, which was at a bit of an angle.

IMG_1140Saturday afternoon we took a trip to Bolinas to check it out. We caught a beautiful sunset, but headed back to Lagunitas, which is very close to the campground, for dinner. We loved Arti Cafe very much and highly recommend the house special Chicken Tikka Masala. This is a family run place, and one of the family members was having a birthday. We all got to sing and share in the birthday cake, so that was fun. Sunday we dumped tanks at the RV park in Olema and stopped on our way home at Stafford Lake.

Everything is lush and beautiful right now and it was a gloriously slow weekend to take it all in.

Total miles: 72.6, 14.9 mpg, 2 hours 11 min. Site 38. Other nice sites: 46, 29, 31. No solar, great cell service, bathroom closest to us was closed for renovation, but the other one was nice.

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