Historic Requa Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHistoric Requa Inn Klamath
The beautiful 100+ year old Historic Requa Inn has spectacular views of the Klamath River. The wonderful staff, the crackling fireplace in the living room, bedrooms with views of the river and the amazing breakfast make this the perfect place to stay when visiting the redwood forests. The amazing made to order breakfast included local organic eggs, Canadian bacon, fresh squeezed orange juice, fresh homemade breads, jams and yogurt and the most delicious fruit and veggie smoothie.
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I could hear Woody Guthrie singing "this land is your land", as we explored the Redwood Forests with a new appreciation for this classic American song. The video includes legendary Pete Seeger and company singing Woody Guthrie's timeless song from the American songbook.
Redwood National and State Parks Visitors Guide
... hike was wonderful -- more awesome giant redwoods. You almost feel like you're on hallowed ground and should whisper while you're walking through them. I'm reminded of the hymn, "For the beauty of the earth, of the day and of the night, hill and vale, and tree and flower, sun and moon and stars of light". We saw a herd of Roosevelt Elk along the way -- the largest variety of elk in North America. They have dark ...
... hundreds of years old. So quiet and calming. The trees standing silently yet bearing witness to the length of time, and the insignificance of our presence. We thanked the people who with such foresight had preserved these places for all of us to come.
It was at the Bolling Grove - the first of such groves and where Humboldt State Park had its genesis- where we stopped ...
... redwoods and then with logging I guess we were lucky they put the area under the Park protection so we can see these giants. Also this is the 50th anniversary for a deadly tsunami that hit Crescent City from an earthquake in Alaska. In Alaska many towns were lost along with lives then the waves made it to CA in 4 hours and the fourth wave produced a 21 foot wave of debris.
We need to get ready for the trek across CA tomorrow heading to ...
... we weren't there when that was happening!! We drove up the highway 1 from San Francisco - it's a road comparable to the Great Ocean road in Australia, but way more windy (as in left corner, right corner windy, not blow your house down windy). It hugs the coast and should have spectacular scenery. I say should have, as there was fog the whole journey!! Actually the fog itself was pretty spectacular, in places where it wasn't covering the road, you could see ...