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!
... in the weather today and another challenging one for the teams trying to contain the fires from the ground and the air.
Our main destination today is the giant redwood forests that are a unique feature of the landscape of this stretch of the northern California coastline in Humboldt County. The redwoods are the world's oldest trees, some estimated to be more than 3000 years old. The redwood ...
... then proceeded several miles down a narrow dirt road to the magnificent grove. There was a dirt walking path winding through the giants and we both felt an instant calmness and overall comforting feeling walking through the grove. This was truly one of the highlights of our trip.
... boardwalk and had lunch overlooking the Brookings Marina. We took Rocky to Pebble Beach where he had a great time running and sniffing. One afternoon we looked for GEO Caches. Our day trip to Stout Grove was amazing! The road in is winding and narrow and the trees are right up to the side of the road. We walked on a half mile trail through these giant, serene, incredible trees. The sunlight filtered through the branches. It was magical.
... and therefore felt it was okay to smile at me while she was on the swing and give me a high five when I left!
Things I learned in Oregon: The first exit on I-5 is number 307 (Wyoming’s Area Code), there is a Goshen exit (the county in Wyoming that I grew up in), my brakes work really well (thank you Kia driver in Portland for making me test them), and lastly it is illegal to pump your own gas except on the reservation (after an ...