Anchor Beach Inn
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The Redwoods were amazing, I can't think of any other words to describe how being with them felt. The beach there was cool, too. We drove to Reno that night and that was a mistake, Reno is GROSS!
... activities for the next day. We take a few scenic drives through the Land of the Giants and then to the beach. Also did a few walks
I found a place along a path that looked like a grave yard for fallen redwoods. I was able to walk on one of these fallen tress and it measured over 80 metres long before it was to hazardous to continue to the end. Beautiful crystal clear rivers also running. What a place!
... 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 ...
It was like entering a magical land. The streets got narrower and the trees got taller and wider. And as it got later the fog rolled in. And through the fog came the Elk, huge creatures chowing down on the land. AND we finally saw the Pacific Ocean after 3 1/2 weeks of the snow and being cold. It was glorious. ...
... as far north as we could go to get a good start on the next day. It turned foggy, and driving through the fog at night was a little sketchy so I was glad when we turned off into our hotel in Klamath.
It was a great and successful first day among the Redwoods.