Out 'N' About Treehouse Treesort

Address: 300 Page Creek Rd., Cave Junction, Oregon, 97523, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 300 Page Creek Rd., Cave Junction.
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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

    ... how you feel while hiking among the trees. You can photograph parts of trunks but it impossible to capture the true size, or the sensations that you get. The woods is so peaceful and quiet which adds to the serenity you feel. I know we took our family to some redwoods & sequoias when we took our trip to CA but you kids were so young. You need to do it again and take your families. (I'm not sure how ...

    Pacific Coast - tree-rific

    A travel blog entry by itchy__feet on Aug 13, 2014

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... to look at anyway. Along the way, there were loads of blackberry bushes so we put the skills we learnt on the farm to good use, and picked some. It was only the next day after we had pretty much eaten them all that we realised there were quite a few small worms wiggling about in the container. Tasty.

    A bit further south, we drove the Avenue of the Giants, which as the name suggests is a road with more massive trees on either side. It provides a ...

    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 ...

    A Day Amongst the Giants

    A travel blog entry by young-ville on Aug 19, 2013

    30 photos

    Today we spent the day visiting the redwoods. We had a great time at Trees of Mystery, hiking all the trails and going up to the top of the mountain on the gondola. In the late afternoon we made some time for playing at the beach and going on a hike out to the Battery Point Lighthouse. It was a lovely day ...