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... walk through the grove were caused by a fire in 1926, and are a testament to the trees' remarkable ability to survive.
Redwood trees flower during the wet and rainy months of December and January. They produce cones that mature the next fall. Redwood cones are about an inch long and they produce tiny seeds, about the same size as a tomato ...
... 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 ...
... them. After breakfast we were quite keen to get moving again. San Francisco awaited us. But on the way out of the park we were greeted by a small sign inviting us to drive through a giant redwood stump. Now I have seen pictures of people doing this and always considered it a tourist trap not worth the money. But Carla was keen and as there was nobody else there we decided to give it a go. (obviously not before checking the ...
... and wearing soothes that look like he just rode in off of the range. There are pictures hanging on the wall of him with all kinds of people in all kinds of situations. Even getting 'caught' in bed with two beautiful women. Such fun.
Dinner was top notch as was our evening with Dave and Crys.
Hopefully I will find a photo or two of Shamus to post ...
... as she wanted ocean view dining......can you say spoiled? We had read about a restaurant called Samoa Cookhouse that was located in the neighbouring town of Samoa. This is a cookhouse that has been in operation since the 1880s and served the loggers who worked in the area. ...