We have been here at the Eureka Elks Lodge since April 30th. During that time we have been sightseeing, grocery shopping, and had to have a new key made for the Jeep. There is a lot to see in the area., including two replica lighthouses:
Returning from Prairie Creek State Park, we stopped to view the Elk at Elk Country RV Resort in Trinidad, CA. There were no visible elk in the state park. We also stopped to admire the California coastline. .
Yesterday we had a new key made for the Jeep, because mine did not require the press of a button to unlock and turn on the headlights. We also had lunch at the Samoa Cookhouse, which has been serving 3 meals per day for over 100 years to the lumber mill workers, etc. . There are no menus, because everyone eats the same thing family-style where seating I at long tables. Our lunch consisted of a lettuce salad, 3-bean salad, large slices of bread, ham and black bean soup, southern-style fried boneless chicken breast, canned corn, baked beans, cake for dessert, along with water, coffee and/or tea. Note: the whole lunch was only $13 each with a 10% senior discount.
Today, Marilyn is cleaning. I am doing a blog, etc.,
Type at you later.