Out 'N' About Treehouse Treesort

Address: 300 Page Creek Rd., Cave Junction, Oregon, 97523, United States | B&B
 
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    Travel Blogs from Cave Junction

    Under the Redwood Trees

    A travel blog entry by tswine on Oct 11, 2014

    11 photos

    ... venture was south along Highway 101 which took us through Redwood National and State Parks and along the Coastal Trail with beautiful ocean vistas and long drives through the dense forest of trees. At Elk Prairie we found a herd of elk led by a bull elk that was big, bad and definitely in charge! We watched them though our binoculars for almost an hour and got close enough to a bull to almost touch him. Since it was close to the rut, the bulls ...

    Day 32 Redwood Forests

    A travel blog entry by lindaspurgeon on Aug 21, 2014

    12 photos

    ... for Andrew to research and tell me again��.) The seal was very exciting. Dad got pictures. We stopped a few times along the coast because it was so beautiful it was hard to resist. We noticed over and over how blue green the water was - so amazing! Getting to the redwoods was a real treat! We drove right through them which was a thrill. We took a hike on Stout Grove Trail. It is hard ...

    Pacific Coast - tree-rific

    A travel blog entry by itchy__feet on Aug 13, 2014

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... 2000 years old. You would need quite a few tree-hugging friends to complete the chain around one of these bad boys.

    After successfully navigating this road, we finally made it back to the coast. It was a bit of a let-down though, as was really foggy and so we couldn't actually see a lot. It didn't matter too much as we were going down through the Redwood National Park (which is actually a collection of State Parks really, if you wanted to know) so had ...

    Old Growth Forests and Seaside Cliffs

    A travel blog entry by sightseers on Jun 09, 2014

    4 photos

    ... spending so much time traveling that I am noticing this but there are a ton of tourists from all different states and countries. We have talked with Idahoans, Minnesotans, Texan, Europeans - in some cases taking a couples picture and having them take ours in ...

    More Caves

    A travel blog entry by mountainwoman on May 10, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... a fingernail's thickness. That's pretty slow growth over 150 or so years. There were also 50,000 year old bear bones and cougar bones found in the cave. There's also a terrible disease that's killing bats and is spread from cave to cave. Because we'd been at Carlsbad, we had to have our shoes soaked in a bleach solution before going in to this cave.

    A nifty little side trip just cuz we ...