Kamp Klamath RV Park
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Sind zufälligerweise dort "gestrandet". Wie sich später herausstellte wird Campground ausschliesslich von Fischern (Lachssaison) genutzt. Duschen/WCs verdreckt und ohne Licht. Lachse werden überall auf dem Camground filetiert. Für "normale" Camper nicht zu empfehlen. Einzige die Tochter des Hosts gab sich Mühe. Preis/Leistung bei $29.50/Zelt/Nacht völlig überrissen. No go!
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Week 10 BLOG
Monday July 7, 2014
This morning we headed north on US Rt. 101 and the city of “Crescent City” and the “Redwood National and State Parks”, where our first stop was at the park headquarters and visitors center. After getting some great suggestions …
Sunday July 6, 2014
Today our destination was the city of “Klamath” on coast of northern California. But to get there we had to travel north on I-5 into Oregon and at Grants Pass connect with US Rt. 199 back into California. In Crescent City we turned south on US Rt. 101 to the town of …
... 1.2 mile entrance. After a grueling climb and hair raising downhill around a plethora of hair pin turns, I arrived at camp. A prehistoric feeling loomed in the air, with bellowing ferns and towering redwoods. It was everything promised. After dark, I learned a new card game called Oh Hell. It proved to provide ample entertainment. I retired late that night to my hammock, strung between two ancient ...
... cypress . It was quite a sight. It had one of the widest trunks I've seen in my third of a century. A few miles south and we were in California. The redwoods appear almost at the border. We took a few drives off US-101 to enjoy the dark forest that shrinks you in perspective. The trunks are wider than the van. They go up hundreds of feet. You can fit into some if the cracks in the bark. And there's entire forests of them. Words do not do them justice and they are ...
... grazing in our way). Thinking it was Elk was good for the nerves, so I agreed it was Elk (but didn't change my own opinion!). Well... That sighting was enough to put an end to the evening, so we retired to the psychologically (but not really physically!) safety of the tent. All was quiet outside except for the babbling brook beside us, however I opted to put my ear plugs in - Casper didn't though. My thought was that the chances of anything actually eating us ...