Waking up in Brookings at the jetty was as nice as going to bed there. The animals and birds were out playing in the water again. It was a beautiful day! We got on the road again. Before we got too far, however, we stopped at The Great American Smokehouse and bought some smoked salmon and crabmeat.
We headed on down the road and were back in California very quickly! It was nice to see the wonderful Redwood trees again.
We got back out to the coast again by taking Hwy 1. Hwy 1 in far northern California is an intense road: very narrow, steep cliffs, minimal guardrails, etc. Driving the motorhome (heck, riding in the motorhome) is an exhausting progress. The benefits are the amazing views and the coolness of the fog!
By the time we got to Fort Bragg, Greg was done (and had been done for about an hour) so we opted to stay in a well-reviewed private campground in Fort Bragg. The park, Pomo RV Park, was lovely and clean. However, we didn't feel all that welcome . . . they were not family friendly and made it clear in their attitude and their rules that children were a huge inconvenience. I hate that in an RV park but we were just there for one night.
Needless to say, we ate well. We had smoked salmon for appetizers, steak for dinner, yum!