Bishop Pine Lodge
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... else required an internet connection. Then it was back to the Scamp for a delicious jambalaya dinner and drinks.
The next day we got up at a more reasonable time and set out for Howland Hill Rd, a 10 mile unpaved scenic drive through some of the oldest Redwoods. It also happens to be one of the locations that Star Wars was filmed, Ewok village and all. It was another incredible experience driving under the canopy of humongous trees that are ...
... back in the woods about 1.5 miles from the highway, so it should be really quiet here at night, especially without TV service. After setting up camp we took a ride over to the coast, over some dirt roads to overlooks of the rocky coastline. The views were fantastic, of the waves crashing on the rocky cliffs and rolling onto the gray sand beaches. We will enjoy our stay here.
... that most mature trees are 500-600 years old and some as old as 2000. Of course many were lost during the logging years up to 1968 when this became a National Park (signed by President Nixon) and in 1978 combining the 3 state parks with the National park protecting 40,000 acres. The next stop was Elk Meadow where we watched the Elk graze although you could not see them well because they were standing in a watering hole.
Our explorations today took us to a small community of Trinidad just a few miles north of McKinleyville on the Northern Coast of California.
A huge "Thank You" to Katie and Luke for showing us this wonderful landscape and sharing the raw beauty of this area.
Again, the photos cannot begin to capture its true beauty. I tried, but, it just can't be done. The weather was warm for with highs in the ...
... our supplies easily, but there doesn’t appear to be anywhere to stay here tonight, so we backtrack to the highway, and keep heading north.
Our next major town is Eureka, and being close to 5pm when we get here, we decide to stop for the night. We pull over into a shopping centre car park so I can start to Google for accommodation, and after a couple of calls, we are able to find a place which is reasonably priced and close by. ...