Historic Requa Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... were completely in the tree I felt a little panic thinking of that huge amount of weight above us supported by the smaller sides. We enjoyed some time on the property, wandered the gift shop, talked to the clerk there and enjoyed a slow start to the day.
Driving north, one of the little towns we drove through was Garberville. I had been looking at staying here, but liked the ...
... 1.2 mile entrance. After a grueling climb and hair raising downhill around a plethora of hair pin turns, I arrived at camp. A prehistoric feeling loomed in the air, with bellowing ferns and towering redwoods. It was everything promised. After dark, I learned a new card game called Oh Hell. It proved to provide ample entertainment. I retired late that night to my hammock, strung between two ancient ...
... You must see them to understand. We passed the sketchy town of Crescent City and we were back in the forests. We stopped at Lady Bird Grove for a quick in and out hike. This redwood glen is 1100 feet above the sea and you get up that high in only two miles. There were bear danger signs at the trailhead so we took our spray. After that we found a few meadows full of Roosevelt elk and then decided to camp for the night. I'm not sure if I'm allowed to set up the tent where I did, but.... ...
... in the 1800's, so there's lots of 'new' forrest, and not so much of the old. In turn, this means that the giant redwoods which we were hunting were actually spread out over a few national parks, maybe a good 100 miles between the north and the south border. After some research, we opted to do some backcountry camping in just one of the parks. Backcountry means camping which is not in a designated campsite, but rather where you hike in with all your kit on your ...
... down the California coast. You just travel in awe of these majestic trees. It's like stepping into another world. Truly inspirational.
We had planned to finish seeing the entire Avenue by the end of the day but we only got about two thirds of the way through so we stayed in the nice Giant redwoods and RV camp just off the road.
The next morning we stopped to see the ‘Drive Through Tree’ (Surprising the RV doesn’t fit) ...