Redwoods River Resort & Campground
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- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Good thing we dried out because it's dark in these trees. Daylight savings time my ass. Get that fire started, it is dark in here. Great campsite, but you need to wear headlamps, there, that's better. (Bobby got a new 80l lum Pitzel. Now, no more stumbling on roots in the dark.
More pics to follow as soon as we get them back from the ...
... trees are. Some of them date back over 2000 years. We spent three hours in park where we got the see the one of the tallest tree's in the world. Apparently the worlds tallest tree is a little further up the coast in the Redwood National park (we will be there in a couple of days, so I'll check that bad boy out then).
... to eat before we arrived since this place literally is in the middle of nowhere, not a single restaurant or petrol station in a 20 mile radius. Very friendly place and we got to hang out with the hotel cats while enjoying a couple of beers in the Garden. This hotel does not have TVs, Phone's or Internet so if your not a cat person you are in for a very lonely night. Tomorrow we will be hitting up the giant redwoods.
... After that we had lunch at a mall and used their wifi to find somewhere to stay tonight - yep we're still just winging it!! We decided on Jingle Pot RV Park & Campgrounds and when we arrived our host John was super friendly and helpful. He was so excited to meet Aussies and wanted to know where we'd been and what we'd seen etc... Between our Aussie & his Asian accents something clearly got lost in translation because he then ripped out a (well used) photo album ...
... coast and not travel as far each day. Saturday started on roads that were in very good condition, in a light rain and still in very scenic redwood country. The riding was quite nice despite the precipitation. Again, elevation was constantly changing and strength of the rain was changing. More importantly, this is a very scenic route. Then, I saw the sky getting darker and as I drove into it I ...