Not just any cheeseburger, but a Regular-Double-Cheeseburger form Jenny's Giant Burgers in Fort Bragg CA. I'm glad they were able to survive the pandemic. I usually ride up there a 2 or 3 times a year to grab a burger. Only did it once in 2020 so I was overdue. (https://www.fortbraggrestaurants.com/jenny-s-giant-burger) Since I've known for a while I was going to have Tuesday off, I had been trying to come up with a ride to do. Originally I wanted to head over and do a couple of the Sierra passes. But between the heat and the fires, thought I would stay cool and stick near the coast. Left San Rafael at 8am and headed north on Highway 101 for about an hour until I came to the exit for Highway 128. It was overcast with a temp around 54 degrees F. Being a Tuesday there was very little traffic on Highway 128. If you're ever in the area you will not be disappointed taking this route. Though in the summer and on weekends you may run into traffic. I was lucky this particular day. Didn't take a lot of pics on Highway 128, I would of been stopping every couple of minutes to take a photo of the great twisty's and the scenery. Here's just a few examples of what to expect. The final section is relatively flat and winds its way through the Redwoods of Navarro River Redwoods State Park (sorry didn't take photos in that section). 128 then dumps you onto Highway 1 about 30-miles south of Fort Bragg. Once I got into Fort Bragg low fuel light was on so I stopped to gas up before grabbing lunch. $4.69 a gallon, welcome to California ! And then it was cheeseburger time......it's not the most photogenic burger, but it's really really good. On weekends the place is usually packed. Being a Tuesday at 11am service was quick. After the cheeseburger, it was time to head south on Highway 1 back towards Marin County. Wanted to stay along the coast to beat the heat inland. It stayed overcast most the way home, temps in the upper 50's to lower 60's and windy. Some random pics from Highway 1. Plan was to stop at Stewarts Point for a comfort break and a coffee.....but they were closed. I have spoken with a few owners of small businesses in some of the coastal towns along Highway 1 in our area. They are having trouble finding people to hire, and in some cases have to close a day or 2 more than they would like and/or cut back business hours. Maybe things will change once some peoples pandemic unemployment runs out. If you plan a trip on Highway 1 either in Northern California or Central California (Big Sur area) plan on a leisurely pace. On weekends traffic will certainly suck at times. Midweek trips are usually the best in terms of traffic. But no matter what time of year expect RV's and tourist in rental cars looking at the scenery and not the road at times. Problem with stopping to take photos is at times you find yourself having to pass the same RV/tourists time and time again. Left the house at 8am, was home around 3:30. All in all a good day to be out on the bike.