Jenner Inn & Cottages
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... north central California to southern Oregon -- this small area has the right combination of moisture (primarily fog), elevation, and longitude. It's estimated that these redwoods go back 20 million years in their present range. We spent most of the morning walking on one of the trails that winds through the redwoods -- when describing them many superlatives come to mind. Our second stop was the Korbel ...
We woke up at 6am this morning to get some breakfast before starting our first day of work. It was quite cold outside although it was early. Jessie was being trained by Xavier at the "top ranch" and I was with Noah at the "lower ranch". Jessie was working with the 4 big horses they have whilst I was with a few different animals. It started off by first feeding the chickens, cats, ducks, goats and then the "mini ponies" which we would call Shetland ponies. After ...
... wasn't classy enough….Prince Charles had visited back in the day…check out the picture (of a picture). We headed back to our site, played a little gin rummy and got attacked by a giant wind storm which snapped a leg on our pop up tent…..wah waaah. So…campsite-1…The Haapalas-0. No worries, we have another tent, but the ease of a pop-up tent when camping is glorious. On to our next ...
Camped at Samuel Taylor State Park, under redwoods, per Alex's request. Alex is a big redwood fan, loves hiking, camping where the giants stand. Originally we were going easy by staying at Point Reyes Youth Hostel, but Mr. Alex insisted, and here we were.
Campground wasn't as quiet as we wished. Our house is much quieter than this, especially there's group campsite close to ...
... State Park, site of where some of the first Russian Settlers in California set up shop. (another Hackmeier favorite side trip while staying at the Russian River) Happy to be able to share these with Chris. Everything from here on out will be new to both of us. (Chris will be happy to stop hearing me say.."yep I've seen this" at least for a little while) ...