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Travel Blogs from Crescent City
... tunes and a Jesus zealot shouted condemnations at the crowd. He freaked me out a little and I walked a big circle to avoid him. Big smokers wafted sweet BBQ rib smells...should have bought some! There were brown paper wrapped bouquets of colorful flowers, homemade soaps, and lots of beaded jewelry crafters. I bought several pacific coast salmon products that I cannot wait to try. I searched for smoked salmon from several meat shops in Alaska but ...
... It was a preview to the Redwood National Park. We entered the Chandelier Tree park, and we actually drove through a tree! Imagine a tree massive enough that a car can fit through it. There are only three left, all of which are privately owned. We snapped quite a few photos, including some of us in a trunk of a tree. The trees on the west coast have nothing on the ones back in little Delaware.
We were on the road once more to Eel River Brewing Co. We each had ...
... On the ride down we see the remainder of the Oregon coastline which I really loved. Gold Beach was so named for the gold back in the late 1800's that was actually found close to the beach.
Day 153 - Though we did have a storm, it was nothing like what they had up in Portland and Seattle, so we dodged a bullet there.
Day 154 - We stayed here for three nights ...
... turns . . . In a word . . . Awesome.
The last 15 miles was in Redwood forest. Impressive,
i had crossed into California and minutes later I cleared a hill and the sky got gray and I was in a cloud.
Oh well. I found. Hotel near the Ocean in Crescent City which is on the ocean but a bit more industrial.
Another great day of riding and exploring.
... under rocks or a tree. Signing an agreement, we walked out to the car with the heavy cylinder under our arms, but still very excited about what was about to commence. After an hour long packing session, we had our backpacks ready with the essentials that we needed for 2 nights. Essentials which seemed to weigh about 20kg on my back and 15 on Casper's!! We set off on the trail which hugged the bottom of a valley and it's river, having been told we could ...