The Lost Whale Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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After our coffee kicked in, we realized just how steep of a climb we faced. Immediately, we started asking the dwindling number of campers if they would haul our gear to the top of the mountain. Our second request was a bite. An elderly couple happily loaded our gear into their SUV and drove off. The husband's joke about stealing our bags didn't quite strike me as hilarious, but I chuckled ...
... Redwoods right next to the road
We tried going up the Coastal Trail Road but after driving a mile we discovered it was closed, we found out later that the back part of the road had fallen into the ocean. We drove back down old 101 and tried to find the corkscrew tree and found the sign but nothing that looked like a cork screw (and I know what a cork screw looks like!). Went back to Elk Meadow and there were more elk and you could ...
Distance Traveled: 1840 miles
Stadiums visited: 1 (The pace will pick up soon, I promise.)
Sight of the Day: The Redwood National Forest. Honorable mention: A 10' by 25' sign selling "Sweet Cron" also a very enthusiastic thumbs up from another Subaru driver as he passed me.
Quote of the Day: "What do you do to a guy with 4 balls? Walk him to first." - Gas Station attendant in Centralia, Washington after hearing of my adventure.
... look in the morning light. Passing into Northern California we also drove past the mighty Mount Shasta, a beautiful mountain (actually a dormant volcano) and had a scenic drive across to the coast. Heading up the 101 next to the Pacific Coast, we called it a day at Arcata. Finding a motel (no chance of camping!) we checked into a Days Inn. Following some dinner we enjoyed a warm and comfy evening for an early ...
Stopped at the visitor's center in Crescent City to get some information about the park and learned that there were a lot of places in the national park that we would not be able to go because our vehicle was too big. But we drove on down the Redwood Highway and found some really big trees! They are gigantic and amazing that they are as old as they ...