The Chateau at the Oregon Caves
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... a fingernail's thickness. That's pretty slow growth over 150 or so years. There were also 50,000 year old bear bones and cougar bones found in the cave. There's also a terrible disease that's killing bats and is spread from cave to cave. Because we'd been at Carlsbad, we had to have our shoes soaked in a bleach solution before going in to this cave.
A nifty little side trip just cuz we ...
... tonight so that we could hit up the beach to watch the sunset over the Pacific Ocean. Even though the beach wasn't that pretty when the sun was setting the water and the colours were stunning and it was an amazing way to finish off my birthday even if I was away from friends and family. We went back to camp and some of the girls had organised a little cake for me so we got into that and between about 6 or 7 of us we finished the dark ...
... then took a cable car up to the top of the redwood canopy and had a view of endless trees... Only obstructed by the low cloud cover. We enjoyed the stories of Paul Bunyan, the giant, and his giant dog called digger... I bet you didn't know that he was the one who dug the Grand Canyon!? On our way to Safeway to get provisions for dinner, we stopped at the black sand beach to dip our feet. No surprise, zozo got a kick out of ...
... The only thing scarier was the bathrooms. It turned out that he was just fine and we actually enjoyed a beautiful sunset and felt safe enough that night – until we heard a bear roaming by. That’s okay, the hounds chased him away.
Anyway, we were off early the next morning and pressed forward toward the Oregon border. We left highway 101 and turned northeast on 199 through the Six Rivers National Forest and Smith ...
... road into the Redwoods.
It's amazing how you go from sea level into these huge forests within minutes. We hiked up to one of the largest trees in the forest, The Boy Scout Tree, and it really is hard to describe just how big this tree is.. You almost feel like you've stepped right into the scene off 'Hunny I Shrunk the Kids' where the kids are shrunk and they are out in the yard in the grass and ...
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Welch ein schöner Ort! Die Atmosphäre dieses alten Holzhotels von 1934 ist einfach überwältigend. Wenn ein Zimmer frei ist, sollte man sich das unbedingt gönnen.
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