Best Western Plus Northwoods Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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We decided to switch the schedule up a bit on Monday. We were supposed to have breakfast and then go to the Winchester Mystery house in San Jose; however, after I looked at some of the reviews, it was a so-so place, and it had no air-conditioning, so we decided to instead explore San Francisco.
Our hotel was only minutes away from the …
... the rugged coast and lush forests that helped shape this Oceanside city. It's really pretty cool. In addition, the Crescent City beaches are real gems. Picnicking and beachcombing are popular activities at the miles and miles of sandy beaches.
9/12 - We spent the day driving through the Redwood National/State Forest and visited the Trees of Mystery and the Tour Thru Trees.
It's our last week in the RV and we are feeling (almost) ready to re-join the real world now...
As we head back towards San Francisco we are taking our time, enjoying the scenery and decided that we would pop over and see the HUGE Redwood tree's in the Redwood National Park.
These tree's are massive!!....We drove along the Avenue of the Giants in awe of the size and sight of them all.
Film fact: The Ewok part of the Star Wars ...
... pass relatively quick.
We reach Lincoln City by 2:00pm and have finally reached the coast and the infamous Highway 101! We stop in Lincoln for a quick stretch and a photo opportunity with the waves crashing into the walls protecting the city from the harsh beating of the Pacific Ocean. Back in the car we are now heading south along the coast and towards Jedidiah Smith Campground, which lies just after the Oregon/California ...
... the rocks where waves are able to rush in really fast. The split starts off very wide and then gets narrower until the gap between the sides in only a few feet. The water has done a good job of eroding the stone over time and the whole area looks like a drowning death trap. We were warned to be on the look out for massive waves that come out of nowhere and make the water level rise above normal. John and I had a fun climbing around on the rocks close to the edges…luckily there ...