Worthington House Inn
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... was about an hour drive to the entrance and then another 20 min or so traversing through old growth that completely blocked out the sun. Once we arrived to the trailhead it all came back to us. It was the same magical looking place we had experienced so many years ago. The canyon itself was about 50 ft deep and as the name would suggest completely covered in ferns. The multitude of green hues were alive and vibrant, the old growth trees were towering and ...
... and wearing soothes that look like he just rode in off of the range. There are pictures hanging on the wall of him with all kinds of people in all kinds of situations. Even getting 'caught' in bed with two beautiful women. Such fun.
Dinner was top notch as was our evening with Dave and Crys.
Hopefully I will find a photo or two of Shamus to post ...
... are influenced enormously and I suppose once the history was explained it is understandable.
We know Christopher Columbus came to America in early 1600's and by 1670 there were many thousands of spaniards in the California side of the country. While the British and French were fighting on the other side of the country the Spanish were quietly expanding their influence along the coast. One important thing the Spanish did was set up ...
After a third night in a row of insomnia, I was up before 6am again noticing that it was getting light. Dad woke up eventually too maybe from my rustling. I decided to get up and start the day. The first thing on Dad's mind was getting the stove fixed so we could feast for breakfast. We had agreed that if he got the stove fixed, we would have for breakfast what we were going to have for dinner the previous night.
I got up and walked out onto our stone ...
Today we head off towards the California Coast about 5 1/2hr drive away. We stop at Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park.
Walking with the Giants (Redwoods that is). Huge,massive, enormous, giant, tall redwood trees, they reach over 350 ft up into the sky, with base diameter of 20 ft., some of these magnificent trees are 2,000 years old.