It was fun in the car that is.
We continued on around and eventually picked up US 101 again and continued on north. The countryside is beautiful with lot's of green. The traffic didn't start to thin out until we passed Santa Rosa. We were a bit inland so no views of the coast.
We found the camp ground took a short tour, it's a small area, and started for home. The camp ground is located 3 miles north of Cloverdale on the Russian River. The sites are small and it's a tight fit but there are a few that will accommodate us. If it works out we will go there in 10 days rather than south.
Cloverdale is a small town and has remained so for more than 100 years.
We stopped at the Owl restaurant for a bite before continuing our trip.
The little white building in the picture above is what they built to hide the water tank and associated hardware so the landscape would be more eye appealing. Clever!
I got to stop at Dean and Deluca's in St. Helena for some gourmet cheese. I do love cheese. They have a wide range of gourmet foods and wines for a very nice price too. From then on we were in traffic that was more stop than go.
Metal dragon sculpture at an entrance to a nursery in Vallejo. We arrived back at the campsite about 7. It was a long day and a lot of driving but worth it.
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