Trinidad Bay Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... called Redwood. Highway. Going out of Oregon we crossed the Rogue River two more times before we went south and it headed west to the Pacific Ocean. We got to the CA border and once again there was an inspection station. When we came in from AZ they just waived us thru but this one questioned us: where we were from, where we had been, any cherries from OR, any citrus, any firewood. They passed us thru and we were on our way to a beautiful ...
... is also a little damp and despite the fact that it did not rain at all during our stay, our tent and pretty much everything in it was feeling rather damp this morning. And because the sun never makes it to the forest floor, drying things out proved difficult. But our time in Trinidad wasn't all damp, we spent yesterday afternoon down at the beach, walking along a sandy bay and enjoying the view. We also got to ...
... the coast but never have the air temp. get higher than 67 degrees in the summer. That would make for some chilly swimming water!
We continued on route 101 from here and then turned northeast onto 199, wending our way to the border of Oregon. This is a stunning road that follows the Smith River in CA and then the Illinois River in Oregon. Quintessential mountain and river beauty. Too bad we were driving at night in the rain! Even so, we could appreciate it's beauty. ...
... I would definitely rate it as one of the best for majestic beauty and one of the worst national parks we visited from a visitor services perspective.
We continued down the 101 to the Newton B. Drury Scenic Parkway which has many of the large old trees and lots of trails to take through the Redwood forest groves. Our main stop was THE BIG TREE which is 304' x 21' in diameter. This tower stands out in one of the prettiest old growth groves. Located north of ...
... the ride statistics.
The scenery has changed and were seeing a lot of beautiful Redwoods! The trees are very tall, too tall to fit into a single picture. Several stretches today were almost as dark as night with a cloud layer blocking the sun and the trees canopied over the roads.
Sharon and ...