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Travel Blogs from Ferndale
... a Victorian town with many perfectly restored late 1800 homes. Ice cream and coffee! The County Fair happened to be taking place, so we stopped to see a few locals and their animals.
HH and a new casino - this time I ...
... for were the steep grades, narrow highways and sharp turns. Harlan and Pete clinched the steering wheels while I clicked away on the camera, trying to document this adventure.
We arrived at Chinook RV Resort in Klamath in the afternoon. It sets next to the Klamath River and the spaces are all grass. Klamath is a small community on the Yoruk Indian reservation. Harlan and I took a drive through the community, which took all of 5 minutes. This ...
Journeying south we soon entered the land of the Giant Redwoods again and marvelled at these gentle giants lining the roadsides and giving dense forest on either side. Many Elk warning signs were posted and once or twice we caught sight of some grazing in the rich and luscious grass.
We are very much aware that we have inadvertently 'chosen' the best time of year to come. Everything is ...
... look to it.
We had been somewhat disappointed that we had not seen a Roosevelt Elk on this trip. These are the same as normal elk but a little bigger, but we thought that we ought to see one. We got lucky on our way to the canyon with a large bull with magnificent antlers grazing on the dunes with an ocean backdrop.
We stopped in Arcata, a university town on the coast that is so liberal that the Green Party is considered middle of the road. ...
To summarize the day:
I saw scenic beauty, which I had hoped to see...but since I was forced to do it on my own (everybody had class), it was surely not as fun as it could have been.
Thank God there is the iPod XD
PS: CHeck this out:
It's a small video taken from the bridge from Eureka to Samoa Beach