Gualala to Bodega Bay

We rode 47 miles today. We almost had to share our oatmeal with a raccoon, but Alex, another hiker/biker scared it away last night. Alex and his brother are biking back home to L.A. Alex is a rower at university of Washington. We ate a delicious breakfast sandwich at the old time general store in Stewart’s Point. We rode up and down the rollers on highway 1 to Jenner where Steve replaced his relatively new rear tire which suffered a failure in the sidewall. Good thing we anticipated this and had a spare foldable tire that we bought at REI in Seattle. When we rode into Bodega bay county campground, we discovered a busy site with 10 bikers and growing ( the biggest yet). At the suggestion of the ranger, we walked the half mile trail, which passed this “tower of bells” memorial on the way to Brisas del Mar restaurant.

Above: The bells memorial we found on the trail from our campsite in Bodega Bay to the restaurant on hwy 1.

Above: Out campsite near the town of Gualala.

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