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... sideswipe the other cars (ok, i'm exaggerating). From there we went directly to the Lady Bird Johnson Grove for a quick hike among giants. They were very impressive. One couple we crossed a few times on the trail and chatted, then met later at a local grocery store. After talking to him it sounds like we will see each other again tomorrow on the Lost Coast road. We left The Grove and heading back south on 101 to our room ...
... our SUV to make sure we could actually make it.) I have to say I'm glad we did. It brought on a kind of child like excitement to drive through one of these things. Carla was so keen she actually got me to reverse the car out again so that she could drive through it as well. I guess at the end of the day we are just big tourists. Anyway with that task completed we headed on towards San Franciso. A city both of us were really keen to ...
... it ever. Everywhere you look you see nothing but HUGE redwoods. Roadways are canopied with redwoods. There is definitely no shortage of trees that's for sure. It's amazing because you see truck loads of logs on the roads and there still is so much forest still untouched. It's really beautiful to see.
This was about a 140 mile ride and we passed through a number of interesting sites - Eureka which is ...
... I currently did not have valid insurance. Ha ha ha very funny lady, I'm currently in America driving my car and with my track record am due for a pull-over from the police soon. So in a slight confused panic I give them a call and am reassured that it is an easy fix and can get my insurance back when I come in tomorrow to re-issue them a void check.... Well sorry thats not happening. After a few mintutes of explaining my situation and asking very nicely for them ...
... stops along the route where you can buy redwood souvenirs, carved statues, plus other drive through trees. We decide not to drive through other trees, as we’ve done one, and can see queues forming at the next one.
The drive through the Redwood Highway is very pleasant, and we keep heading north until we get to what we are aiming for here – the Avenue of the Giants. This road largely follows the main highway, but where ...