Friday, September 19, 2003

We left our boondock site alongside the S. Fk. Eel River during the late morning. We are heading towards the place where George's mother's ashes are scattered near Fort Ross. There is a blog about that somewhere in the June archives. We traveled thru lovely forest, and met the Pacific in the pic below.


We reached Fort Bragg around 4pm, a city that is famous for its famous Skunk Train. George never road the Skunk Train, but he and his son David paddled kayaks alongside their train tracks during the spring of 1978.

We drove around Fort Bragg looking for a boondock site. We found one across the street from Mendocino County Social Services, next to a vacant lot. We like vacant lots for boondock sites, because nobody seems to care if you park there . Below is a pic of George standing in front of the Social Services front door.



Latitude: N39 25.76' - Longitude: W123 48.28'





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