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... in our best interest to go back running to race complete darkness. So we ran, we ran, and we ran. And then the hobbits jumped out from the darkness and scared us again, so we took another picture and ran some more. We finally made it back to the shack, thanked the owner for allowing us that experience and headed back through the dark redwoods. 2 deer were waiting at our entrance to greet us back and we settled into our cabin in the redwoods. Melissa ...
... amazing (see pictures). We ran into a lady traveling in a Volkswagen camper van by herself. She was from British Columbia and traveling with the wind. We went out to Giant Tree grove and the road was so rough and narrow it took forever to ride out. Shook us all apart. It was worth it however.
We rode on up to the end of the Avenue of the Giants and then jumped on the new Highway-101 into Eureka. We ate at Lost Creek Brewery and Cafe. The ...
... s trailhead. Regardless, it was a good time all around as I got to meet both cool and sketchy campers while camped at the beach.
The Redwood National and State Parks (RNSP) are old-growth temperate rainforests located in the United States, along the coast of northern California. Comprising Redwood National Park (established 1968) and California's Del Norte Coast, Jedediah Smith, and Prairie Creek Redwoods State Parks (dating from ...
... around the courses ( there are 4) and were told that a mother and babies had been seen just outside the resort buildings the day before.
From here we passed through Bandon and the road then turns inland until you reach Port Orford and then Gold Beach. The coast then again returns to one more beautiful view after another and there are many area to stop and take photos over the next 50 or so miles until we reached Brookings, ...
... The next driving day to Eureka, we passed vineyards, more green, hilly, and trees in blossom. It feels like we've quickly come through summer, into spring! The campground at Eureka CA was a bit sketchy, in a fairground, but cheap, and we were surrounded by big redwoods. The downtown was lovely....old Victorian and fancy restaurants. We didn't feel correctly dressed to patronize the white linen clothed eateries so we found a great Vietnamese restaurant, and had soup and ...