By The Sea Bed And Breakfast
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... Highlights waren der "Big tree" (Welch kreativer Name!), einen Baum zu betreten, der auf Grund eines Feuers ausgehölt war und dennoch in voller Blüte stand (“Chimney tree” – Schornsteinbaum), Campen umgeben von Redwoods und mit dem Auto durch einen der riesigen Redwoods zu fahren.
Die Redwoods hinter uns gelassen, wollten wir nun dem Highway 1 am Pazifik entlang nach San Francisco folgen. Ersteinmal brauchten wir für 2cm auf der ...
... unlocked the door and peeked in. Nothing jumped out at us. No snakes, mice, or raccoons seemed to have moved in. That is a good start. I slowly made my way through the coach and quickly found what critters had been there. SPIDERS! There were cobwebs everywhere. No actual spiders that I could see but tons of webs. I am sure we will find the spiders later in the trip while we are sleeping and they explore our faces! OK. All looked good. Windows shades open, battery switches ...
... the Umpqua Lighthouse, this one can be seen 14 miles out to sea and its signature beacon is all white, so no red glass - but still...amazing views and history. One couple stays at the lighthouse for a one-month assignment. They can come and go but only at low-tide so they have to carefully time their dinners, shopping excursions, etc.
Upon arriving back on the "mainland," we wandered ...
... training we decided to chance it anyway venturing into the woods. It was an interesting walk, passing by the largest trees we had ever seen both tall and wide, it was a sight to behold! We thoroughly enjoyed venturing under this forest canopy. Happy to say no bear encounters, Nathan's skills will have to wait another day! After completing our walk we decided to make a stop at the Klamath Overlook to ...
... of the go anywhere
Heidenau we will officially become road warriors and will be appearing in the
next upcoming Mad Max movie filming on the Dalton Highway at the end of June.
Top boxes are out, in favour of rack mounted rotopax and dry
bags. The dry bags provide superior versatility,
and the weight can be kept fairly low.
The Spot GPS tracker will be up and running over ...