The Redwoods Rv Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Redwoods Rv Resort Crescent City
Nice friendly gentleman who runs the park - very helpful and knowledgeable. We were there the end of September, so it was not full. Nice size pads, gravel, level, wi-fi and cable tv. Close to State and Federal Parks and Stout Grove is a must in your car only. Would definitely stay there again.
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... taken the kids and dog to the beach for a walk. There are stone totems on the beach and Laurie tries her hand at building one. All of this occurs as we watch the sun sink into the ocean. I enjoy just looking around and taking all this in. It's getting dark and we need to go.
We continue south and cross into California. We stop for the night in Crescent City. This kind of a gritty lumber and fishing town, but is very near the ...
... lines and towns with more cliff houses and balconies looking over the Pacific Ocean. A magical coastline!!! Fourth stop Santa Barbara. Eeeek after dark this drive is taking longer than we both thought. Oh well it's been a long drive but one we will never forget. Pictures do not do any of the views justice. Some things need to be experienced first hand. Driving on the right ...
... towards the females, off the big guy was to keep him away. Like so many of the things we have seen on this trip, animal and plants adapt to their surrounding environments and find ways to thrive. These redwoods take all of the moisture through rain and fog, cool winters and short summers and they grow tall. The tallest in the United States. Today we saw the tallest tree. They no longer ...
God, are we getting too old for this long distance travel? Our bags closed without issue, having to upgrade from our 24 inch carry on to a 27 inch check in. Although I felt like I was no longer chanting my own mantra, watching other people checking in with multiple pieces that could carry full closets of clothes, my packing guilt was resolved. So a 6 am pick up from San Jose to LAX and, after a 3-hour delay, a 16 hour flight to Hong Kong. Flying Cathay Pacific In ...
... a short coffee break. I walked with Sarah from computer to computer saving the previous test and opening the new program.
During the second run we used the new interface, waiting to be approved by the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration). This time I sat with the air traffic controllers, who were obviously upset with the glitches in the new system. I sat behind an older man who ...