Klamath River RV Park
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... Forest and had reflectors on some of the trees that were so close to the road they risked being hit in the shaded lane. We then went on down the coast to the Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park where once again we moved through the redwoods. This was a paved two lane road and much easier driving; at the same time we could not see the trees as closely and intimately as in the Smith Park. When we stopped at the ranger station for a potty call we saw a Steller’s Jay, a ...
Another beautiful drive heading north in California -- rugged coast, scenic river canyons, dense forests, and steep cliffs. We're now in a campground right along the Klamath River -- talk about a stunning setting. If we look west, east, or north from our campsite we see river and mountains, and if we look south we see mountains. We spent Thursday hiking in the Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park and Redwoods National Park. ...
... town. Marijuana in small amounts is legal here, and there must be fields and fields of it in the area. Was everyone stoned? Quite possibly. It was intensely strange.
Eventually we arrived at the Avenue of the Giants. I had never heard of this before, but it is a road cut through the redwood forest. Back in the early 1920's groups of citizens banded together and purchased parcels of the redwood ...
... through the Avenue of the Giants. We have seen coyote, deer and elk, and Cathy saw a whale, but despite Carolyn's attempts to catch a glimpse whilst driving down the middle of the narrow, winding road, she was reminded rather sternly that she was unable to both drive and sightsee, and must choose only one! It was a 12 hour drive but it puts us within 6 hours ...
... from home Owen became an official member of "the over the handle bars club." Thank goodness nothing broke and we made it out of there with smiles.
Owen and Siena made some cool camping buddies here and were able to ride bikes around camp, play baseball, soccer and shoot bow and arrows together, but 4 days flew by and It's time to pack up camp and head off to Bend Oregon for a couple of days.