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... the Avenue of Giants, this went on for miles, the redwoods were huge we found a spot to pull over on side of rd & got some amazing pics, a visit to the information centre ( 800 yrs to get trees to their highest then they start adding to the girth)' Followed by a stroll around a redwood loop. This park has been a highlight.
Our next stop was Eureka & a mall lunch & usb for car.
... would go up as high as 88 degrees, and the wind would die down to 5-10 knots. It was difficult to decide what to wear to prevent being too hot inland, or too cold along the shore. We finally crossed the border into California about 4:00 and the shoreline change was dramatic. Where Oregon had pristine beaches and parks, California had private homes on the beach. There were still state parks in California, but ...
... stop in Bandon to see "Face Rock" (profile of face on hug rock in ocean).
Gorgeous, long sandy beach here with impressive sea stacks.
A few more quick stops at some scenic viewpoints along the Samuel Boardman scenic corridor: Natural Bridges Cove, etc.
I wish I had planned a 2nd night on the Oregon Coast. The southern portion was SO pretty!
Entered California at 7:30 PM & saw a herd of ...
... California way exceeded our expectations. Every single place we've been has been exceptionally beautiful. And California is really great with their conservation and education programs to protect their wilderness. We've met some really nice people and some real characters. It's amazing how many people are touring the Pacific Coast, and some the whole country, on their bicycles! And I thought we were adventurous! Oregon is next, we can't wait to see what it holds for ...
... they went to Yaquina Head Lighthouse. Made in Paris in 1868 and shipped to Oregon, Yaquina Head Lighthouse was first lit August 20, 1873, and automated in 1966. It stands 93 feet tall and is the tallest lighthouse in Oregon. There were walking trails, tidal pool areas and lots of sea lions basking in the sun on the rocks. Today after packing up I enjoyed the coastal drive along hwy 101 to our campsite at the Redwood Forest rv park. It is just outside of Crescent ...
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