The Chetco River Inn
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... unlocked the door and peeked in. Nothing jumped out at us. No snakes, mice, or raccoons seemed to have moved in. That is a good start. I slowly made my way through the coach and quickly found what critters had been there. SPIDERS! There were cobwebs everywhere. No actual spiders that I could see but tons of webs. I am sure we will find the spiders later in the trip while we are sleeping and they explore our faces! OK. All looked good. Windows shades open, battery switches ...
... the Umpqua Lighthouse, this one can be seen 14 miles out to sea and its signature beacon is all white, so no red glass - but still...amazing views and history. One couple stays at the lighthouse for a one-month assignment. They can come and go but only at low-tide so they have to carefully time their dinners, shopping excursions, etc.
Upon arriving back on the "mainland," we wandered ...
... of the go anywhere
Heidenau we will officially become road warriors and will be appearing in the
next upcoming Mad Max movie filming on the Dalton Highway at the end of June.
Top boxes are out, in favour of rack mounted rotopax and dry
bags. The dry bags provide superior versatility,
and the weight can be kept fairly low.
The Spot GPS tracker will be up and running over ...
... on the Oregon Coast, we drove down to cross the Californian border and to enter into the Redwood forest. The Redwoods is comprised of four different National parks along the ocean coast and covers and protects 133,000 acres of land. We camped, hiked, drove through and hugged the tallest and one of the most massive tree specie in the world which reaches up to 370 feet (115.5 m) in height, grows up to 26 feet (7.0 m) in diameter and lives up to 1,800 years. On our full day ...
... for the region at this time of year with temperatures in 10-12C range. From what I've heard its been +15C back home but we're still not coming home!
There's a lot of fishing in this area so when in Rome do as the Romans do.......hence we've been eating fresh halibut at the campsite and tonight we had clams and calamari for supper.
Tomorrow we move into California and the mighty Redwoods.