Best Western Plus Northwoods Inn
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Hot tub
- Swimming pool
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We left Crater Lake Sunday and headed for California and the coast. The ride was a little chilly in the morning, but as the day wore on it got really nice. We rode through Jedediah Smith park and saw some really big redwood trees. It is strange to see trees so big. We don't see that in NJ.
The route (62 through Grants Pass to 199) was …
... We could not have completed the hike without the perfectly timed visit from the young girl who told us about the creek crossing. It was like she showed up at exactly the right moment - just when the couple was telling us we'd have to turn around.)
Back at the campground, we grilled brats for dinner while the kids played on the playground and challenged each other to a game of ladder ball. After eating, I journaled while Annie and Wes played a video ...
... we want to see. We have a superb dinner (for once) at a place called "The Chart Room".....a restaurant out on the wharf. I figured it would be really good or really bad. Having to wait for a table allayed these fears. Dinner was great and Laurie was so please to have steamed clams for an appetizer.
Tomorrow, the reason we stopped here and one of the things Laurie has constantly talked about seeing......the giant redwoods.
... It's massive girth is impossible to take in with one eyeful. You're required to scan side to side to take it all in. Our drive from the Redwood Forest on Highway 101 to jump on the coastal scenic Highway 1 drive was filled with several popular tourist stops. One popular stop along the highway is the Drive-Thru tree. This massive tree structure has grown in a way that allows a cavernous hole through the base so big that a car could fit... literally! There were two ...
... of the 60s have gone to retire. We didn't have too long of a drive today, but getting there we drove Redwood Highway 199 which at times was narrow and full of curves. Augusto has ended up doing much more driving than I had planned. Our stop was Jedediah Smith State and National Park. Which in and of itself has some of the oldest and tallest ...