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... is really the hippie capital.....just sayin...
So on to Legget where we caught highway 1 to the coast. Beautiful drive, but not for the faint of heart or people who get car sick. We were told there are 489 turns that are done in the 1 hour drive.
Emerged to the coast with spectacular views, but still some curvy roads. Happened upon a winery, so of course we had to stop. The most fantastic views of the ocean and good wines as well. ...
... of the Hotel, another delicious meal of salad, fish, veggies and cheesecake for dessert. We presented our new friend, Dave, with his Junior Ranger badge and a card signed by his fellow Road Scholars. He was delighted!
Tomorrow our wonderful California National Parks Medley tour would come to an end. But then as they say, all good things must.
... and exhausted. Great news for us. The people in #17 were leaving and it was the perfect spot for us. There is a large shady area under some redwoods to place the tents, then the picnic and fire area for the rest of our area.
One funny moment that unfortunately I did not get on film was Robert carrying the our huge REI Base Camp 6 tent on his back to our new campsite. (This new tent is quite large so quite a sight!)
... home here in Northern California. This home is 32 feet long, 11 feet in diameter, and about 7 feet tall. The dimensions are not much different than our motor home. The inside has a living room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. Really interesting. Then we went over to the grandfather tree. This is a massive redwood tree that is still living and growing. The gift store had quite a few carvings done by the area's native Indians.
Then it was over a mountain or two ...
... that you can drive a car through. Even though it has a huge hole in it's belly it is still growing. This tree is, according to sign, 2400 years old and 315' high (almost the same height as the the dome of St Paul's Cathedral 365' high). I drove the car. Neil took the pictures. It was a pretty tight fit to get the car through, perhaps when they carved the hole in the 1930s cars were of course a ...