The Lady Anne

Address: 902 14th St, Arcata, California, 95521, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Arcata

Sea stacks, Tide Pools, and more Tall Trees

A travel blog entry by susunk on Oct 07, 2014

60 photos

... and would be a good place to figure out a plan of attack had we needed to at that point.

We had heard there were Roosevelt Elk in the area so were on the lookout and found the main herd at the appropriately named Elk County campground where they had taken over. Roosevelt Elk are the largest elk and are rare, so it was exciting to see so many together.

We were ...

Haitus in Eureka

A travel blog entry by htimsnahtan on Sep 22, 2014

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... for camping later that night. A short chat with a woman who had camped the night before changed my mind. It turns out she had been robbed during the night, leaving only a few scraps of garbage. Even though the area didn't seem entirely safe (i.e. the plethora of drug dealers and gypsies) I decided I wanted to find a spot to stay. I had recently changed my riding position, which ...

Here I go again... on my own

A travel blog entry by swandawg on Sep 02, 2014

58 photos

... br>
I got myself all checked in and went to check out my room. Because I arrived so late all the bottom bunks were taken so I had the top bunk by the door. Just as I'm half way up the ladder with my fat **** right at head height in front of the door, someone walks in. Of course! It turned out to be a good icebreaker though and gave us both a laugh. I discovered this new person was called Rachel and was a San Fran resident, just over the bridge for the night after some coastal ...

NorCal Redwoodin' Checkin' Trees

A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Aug 21, 2014

54 photos

... years old. We stopped along the drive to hike the Boyscout Tree Trail which was a five and a half mile hike through the old growth to the Boyscout Tree, the largest, by mass, tree in the world. The trail ended at a small water fall, Fern Falls. We then continued down Howland Hill to Stout Grove, a short half mile stroll through the Smith River floodplain. Due to the flooding there is very little undergrowth displaying the true enormity of the 300 foot ...

7th day

A travel blog entry by zuwicki on Jul 29, 2014

10 photos

... Elk Crossing signs. We came around a bend in the road and there must have been about 30-40 in a herd. Right along the side of road, they even were crossing the road and didn't seem to mind all the people standing around taking pictures. That was pretty cool! Tomorrow we head for San Francisco and hopefully it will be a little warmer as we head south. Not much else to report, will post more tomorrow.