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Travel Blogs from Brookings
... for having a Nexus card to go through in the express lane.
We travelled down the I-5 interstate as far as Puyallup and stayed in an RV park that wasn't much more than a gravel parking lot. Driving on the interstate can be nerve racking for the most seasoned drivers and despite having a GPS and my navigator, Liz, guiding me, you had better have your wits about you. You can go from 70mph to 30 in ...
... had an awsome riverview near the Redwood Park.
Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park
We were able to drive a 6 mile narrow dirt road through the Redwood Park. We put the top down to better take it all in.
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... felt that was a bit much. Headed for Oregon where you have very nice State campgrounds at a reasonable price and full hookups, hot showers, laundry. We will spend our money and time in Oregon.
Will post pictures later.
... within its four walls except heavy equipment and a lumber yard.
After lunch we head down to the marina. Lots of pleasure craft and some commercial fishers. We spot what looks like a lighthouse up on the bluff. Never heard of this light and we have visited the majority of them. As it happens the light is privately owned and operated, the operation of which is certified by the U.S. Coastguard. It is located ...
... the mountain, switch-backs all the way, and brought us to the Coastal trail which meandered along meadow-like area along the base of the mountains. Really neat walk with a varied landscape. We only saw 3 other people on these trails the entire day. Had the trails all to ourselves!
We were wondering if most people just drive through the park because they certainly weren't on the trails!
Hope you enjoy the pics!