Redwood Adventures Vacation Village
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Was really excited about seeing the Redwoods and it was really disappointing!! The visitor centres are so run down and there are all these awful little dive towns dotted throughout the park, it even has a bloody casino! It's really confusing trying to ...
... is here which means crowded campgrounds in this busy tourist area. Even so I've had no trouble finding cheap lodging every night. And now we are far from the July 4th crowds. The days are flying by... God, what if they make me go back to work soon? The horror! We are in our eleventh state: California. Now when I say that word "California" you might think of surfer dudes and palm trees.... I was going to say there's none of those in this corner of Cali, but come to think of it, ...
This is our second post for today, a collection of "interesting" and mostly random characters, (except Dolly and Katie) that attended Graduation at HSU. I know this may not be "politically correct," but I'm not either. So, sit back and enjoy the ride.
Oh, by the way for plant lovers, I'll share some plants that I found interesting during our tour of the various labs and greenhouses tomorrow.
... sign, indicating that we were "here" in the completely opposite end of the park. Thankfully some helpful Samaritan had taken a pen and drawn an extended arrow all the way to the correct end. HAHA.
We pulled up a campsite in the main ground near the Visitors Centre which was in a wonderful setting, amongst the towering trees. Unfortunately that night we realised that it was also only about 500m from the Interstate that runs ...
... these trees. The Lady Bird Johnson Grove 1.5 mile loop trail was a perfect introduction. While driving to our next hiking location we came across a large group of Elk that were lying under some trees. Our next stop was the Big Tree which is a short hike to the largest tree in the park accessible to visitors (we learned that there are 3 larger trees but they are not accessible by foot). We then made our way to Fern Canyon via Gold Bluffs Beach. This is 20 ...