Emerald Forest of Trinidad
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If you want to sleep in the redwood forest in comfort of your RV, your tent or one of the cabins this is the place. Almost each RV site has its own area between the trees and the tent areas are large and secluded.
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First of all I want to say I am so glad we took this trip and started in April. It seems like every place we have been is, or has been, on fire...Near Gallup, NM, Oak Creek Canyon, AZ (now out), Bakersfield, CA. I hope there are no more as these are truly beautiful areas.
MONDAY 6/16-This leg of the trip was not long in miles but it was …
... surrounding it. After lunch we went back to Bjorn’s house and did some (okay a lot) of prep work for our fantasy draft the next morning, ate another late lunch and drank a few beverages.
The next day was one I had been waiting for since mid December, our fantasy football draft. Kaitlyn and I got up early, took Bjorn’s roommate’s dog for a walk and tried to get some coffee and then returned to set up our respective drafting ...
We stayed in Trinidad CA last night at the Emerald Forest Campsite located in the old growth Redwood Forests. We had a very small site but since no one else was around it was like having the whole place to ourselves. We rolled into the heavily forested site around 6pm and had our gear set up shortly after. We enjoyed the ...
... were on a huge sand bar between the Mad River and the Pacific Ocean. Evidently they use this spot daily and nearly year-round to sun, relax and occasionally swim to catch fish. Katie said she had seen seals here every trip to this spot.
I suppose we were about 300 yards from them, and they didn't pay any attention to us as we were far enough away. It was kind of funny, when one or several would let another one ...
... first section opening in the Big Sur region in the 1930s. However, portions of the route had several names and numbers over the years as more segments opened. It was not until the 1964 state highway renumbering that the entire route was officially designated as Highway 1. Although SR 1 is a popular route for its scenic beauty, frequent landslides and erosion along the coast have caused several segments to be either closed for lengthy periods for repairs, or re-routed ...