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... 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 ride for me as Terry had to deal with all the tight, winding turns going up and down. At ...
... to music and then cooked a quick dinner. Later on while enjoying the fire we were surprised to see a tom cat stroll into our campsite. She was very friendly, I imagine she belongs to the park host. She allowed pets here and there as she twined herself around our ankles. We hit the sack super early, I don't think we saw 10 ...
... Creek Visitor Center the 100-yard trail to the Big Tree is paved. Two nearby bonuses are the Roosevelt Elk herd in Elk meadow, and Fern Canyon, where a creek splits two walls of sheer rock draped in a thick carpet of ferns. Its prehistoric look convinced Steven Spielberg to film a "Jurassic Park “scene there.
We left highway 101 to check out the 30 mile long 'Avenue of the Giants’ which runs parallel to the 101. This is a must do diversion ...
... don't have forest fires, but a direct lightening strike on a tall tree that is dead can burn out the core. If the outer part of the tree is still living, only the core burns. A ranger told us that a hiker once found smoldering ground in the forest, but no trees were visibly on fire. They found which one it was by feeling which tree was hot to the touch. They were able to determine that the tree had been burning for two weeks, based on when the most recent lightening storm. ...
... in the car and laying on the horn off and on for about 10 minutes. Then another camper shouted “hey, I have kids sleeping, and you don’t want to wake them up!”. And he stopped with the horn. But then about 15 minutes later he hit the horn again, and then drove off. Of course this woke me up, and was a little unnerving. But eventually I fell back asleep.
We woke up early the next morning and were on our way, not feeling like we needed to stay any ...
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