|View from the Point Reyes Lighthouse|
Olema and Point Reyes were really cute: There were organic, free-range, small, sustainable, bike-friendly areas with a beautiful national seashore and lots of well-meaning white people. The beaches were free (unlike Santa Cruz), and unpopulated. A stubby, yet effective, local transit system connected the towns in Marin County for the people who didn’t have cars. Oysters were grown in nearby Tomales Bay, and fresh produce and dairy ruled the restaurants and markets.
|Sam at the lighthouse|
We are driving home via Reno/Tahoe, and the stark high desert landscape of Nevada’s western border. The drive is a huge contrast to the traffic and roads in California. Last night, we stayed in Hawthorne, Nevada at a random, but clean and pleasant, RV Park called Whiskey Flats.
|Can't beat the Whiskey Flats...|