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... different. It was smart, with cute clapper board houses all painted up and with picket fences round tended gardens, some even with roses over the front porch.
There were arty shops, a good clothes shop and very expensive shoe shop (I wasn't sure why some of the shoes looked used, but hey... it must be tempting if you work in a shoe shop) a few coffee shops and the most wonderful whole food coffee/food place which had the most tempting salads, breads and ...
... just a few days before. By no means was it less-inspiring because the trail, though not challenging, provided views to the trees that were even more immense and overwhelming. The staggering heights of the trees were neck-cringing as I scanned from the ground up toward their tops but it was definitely worth every second of it. An unforgettable experience that I can say - I came, I saw and I conquered.
Where to next? It looks like Yosemite.
... but we did get ton watch the 10 minute video about redwood trees, got our passport stamped, and bought a "May The Forest Be With You" T-Shirt. This was the state park visitors center, the National Park Visitors Center is further south.
Disappointed with the lack of coffee, there were a couple of elk viewing meadows, and we did look around to see if we could find any elk. Unfortunately, they were not cooperating with the ...
... in field here.
Drove up side road to the Lady Bird Johnson Grove & really enjoyed this 1.5 mile loop trail.
The sun is shining through the trees now and, since the trail is off the main road, it is quiet with no noise from cars. What a peaceful experience. And the clear air is full of the scent of pine. Some trees have hollow bases - a few have interior the size of a 4-person tent! Other have holes in the base & you can ...
... businesses on the main street near the waterfront but we didn't find anything like the brochure described.
After Eureka, we drove down the Pacific Coast. It was spectacular. I think I may love the Pacific Ocean more than the Atlantic. There is so much more to see! Rock formations stretch out along the coast and beaches creating waves and surf you can't take your eyes off!
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