Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to cover vast areas of northern California and southern Oregon but indiscriminate logging during the 19th and 20th centuries has reduced the area covered by these trees to s few tens of thousands of acres. We drive along the Avenue of the Giants, a 31 mile stretch of route 101 in the Humboldt Redwoods State Park which has the best display of these giant trees. Despite this still being vacation ...
Wednesday - August 6, 2014. Truck 69,402. Trip 9,402
Busy day...stopped at 9 a.m. for a walk along a sandy stretch of beach just south of Newport, Oregon. We walked through a tunnel of vines and understory trees down the steep path to an opening of head high beach grasses and deep, soft, cool sand. The beach had a mystical look as the morning sun tried to burn off the thick haze of fog. Except for a lone jogger and a couple of gulls, we had ...
... I get home from shift Tuesday night and everyone finishes packing while I start trying to squeeze everything into the new CX-5, which was bought at just the right moment for this road-trip. Finally the car is full and we try to catch a few hours sleep before departure. The alarm goes off at 2:00am and I roll out of bed, excitement building, and get the last little things together and get everyone in the car, because we have a ...
... It is a large tree that somehow grew several trunks from one large base (46 feet around). The trunks grew out like a normal tree and then dart upward to the sky giving it the appearance of an octopus with all of its legs out.
Driving south again we made a small detour inland to visit a National Forest outside of Lincoln City. We drove twelve miles up a hill and through the forest to reach a trail head. The trail took us 1.25 miles farther in to the forest to a 250 ft ...
... was finally able to find a lot of the north coast lichens and photograph them in their natural habitats. This is one of most pristine areas of the California coast, consisting of large freshwater lagoons and many other wetland areas. Many of the lichens grow here due to the lack of air pollution in other places.
Hwy 1 climbs up above the ocean and the last 2 days we were above the fog that was hanging on ...