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We had a long day planned for today so we were up bright and early to eat and get ready to go. Hotel breakfast was pretty basic but did its job. The weather was really nice which was fortunate since we had a lot of coastal views to take in today. In total, we planned a trip down the coast that said it would take six hours.
Since it was still a bit chilly out this morning (frost on the ground and everything) we started off the day indoors at the ...
... 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 ...
... zozo was so sad to have failed. A good cuddle set her straight and we continued on our way with zozo back in the carrier. That afternoon, we explored the magical trees of mystery experience. A beautiful walk through a patch of redwoods including the candelabra tree with three redwood trees growing perpendicularly off a horizontal branch. We also saw 7 trees united to form a cathedral where many have been married, and 8 trees in ...
... he wanted the filet so they sold it to him for $7, and for me I took a smaller whole fish for the $11 in gas I spent. As we got ready to leave I asked if the gas would be enough to get them home. They weren't sure so I asked how far it was and they said 60 miles. I then figured they would NOT make it unless they had a little more gas so I told them that if they would filet my fish I'd give them some more money. The littlest Indian (think there is a ...
... were hiking the 5 mile Boy Scout Trail through the Redwoods. It was spectacular - way better than Muir Woods - and we only encountered a few other hikers. What we found interesting is that a disproportionate number of hikers and visitors to natural parks in the US are not from the US. There were far more Europeans, Asians, and other foreigners than Americans. We can't decide if this is to be expected with our more rotund and physically limited fellow countrymen, ...
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