After church (Grandma was very persuasive) we potted up a few foxglove plants to take home, played one more game of pinochle, and then it was time to head back home. Fortunately the drive to Myrtle Creek is much easier to take than the drive to the Bay Area, because it is a bit shorter, and it has much better scenery, less traffic and curvier roads. We enjoyed great weather all weekend and it was nice to have the top off of the Del Sol again. Coming home I thought it was going to be a nice sunset but where I wanted to stop we still had a few hours before the sun hit the horizon. We needed to get home early so Lori could pick up the bunny from Jessica’s house. So we hit the sunset just as we crossed the bridge back into Eureka. From Grandmother’s house, through the woods, across the bridge we go! Since I kept my part of the deal, Lori got to drive home, so I leaned out the window and took this picture of the sunset. Not the prettiest foreground, but it was a very impressive sunset even so.