It's a big day today. We have been pointing to Willits CA for days as this is where we will link up with Greg's wife Krissie (boy is he excited). We left the RV park under blue skies so we expected a warm day but wow it got HOT. The jersey cycle brings us to game day again so I'm a Coug and Greg is a Deav (Greg still not showing the side of his jersey)
We made one last pass through the Redwoods. These trees are simply amazing.
Another big milestone today....the first flat tire. Unfortunately it fell upon Greg (but I provided excellent moral support) and I was so impressed with how quickly he changed it. Watching the master at work, I felt like I was watching a NASCAR pit stop. I had a hankering to chug a Budweiser and grab a pack of Marlboros. Here he is in action (still not showing the side of his jersey).
It as a little bit of everything (except decent WiFi of course). There is a petty zoo (below) frisbee golf, 4 playgrounds, a train and the list goes on.
Of course there is a pool and even an old town where there is dancing and Karaoke.
Its great for kids and families (I even got plowed into by a remote controlled car) but where is the brewery! Believe it or not, ALL occupants of this KOA are required to wear a wrist band at ALL times. Since Krissie does not arrive until Monday I will be sporting this baby for two days. No joke.
As for tomorrow we will be hanging out in Willits. We will likely ride about 30 miles to get some miles behind us and have Cheryl haul us back to RV Disneyland. This will shorten the distance to San Francisco. It's getting closer. Less than 200 miles! (and my butt feels it)
Over 800 miles before the first flat tire; that's pretty good. I thought you were going to make it all the way without a flat. What I remember from our car ride from SF to Willits is that there are essentially no hills to climb the rest of the way (assuming you go 101), only downhill and flat. Tomorrow's the Big Day for Greg. Will be nice to have Krissie on board. Good luck the rest of the way!ReplyDelete
Your adjectives are unbelievable! “major pucker factor,” so eloquent I love it!ReplyDelete