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I could hear Woody Guthrie singing "this land is your land", as we explored the Redwood Forests with a new appreciation for this classic American song. The video includes legendary Pete Seeger and company singing Woody Guthrie's ...
... remember poor "Betty" is lugging up 56 lbs. plus food and water. I digress, however, I respect mountains, I know they can be conquered but it is at a price, such as pain, sweat, and pride especially pride. Hills, however, are "little *******". Hills have no majesty, no grander, they are just puffed up ******** kids pretending to be something they can never be. I know this because I have tangled with many a hill. Hills have no pride, as soon as they realize that you are going to ...
... ll just have to tough it out until I can go back, but even thinking about my trip now makes me antsy. I have a feeling I will be even more antsy once I arrive home in August. Now, what am I excited for? My time in Europe will be devoted to pure adventure and exploration (of the world and myself). I can't even put into words how anxious I am to land half way across the globe and let my trip take its course!! I want to meet great people, see historical things, ...
... to chat to people with good strong opinions on things….
Next up the coast after crossing the Russian River at Bridgehaven on the CA 1 we had a glorious scenic drive to the Manchester State Park campsite (N38 58.939 W123 41.965) where for only the second time on the trip we hauled out our little hiking tent for an airing and slept in it pitched
on the grass behind Jambo. Again, that dreaded fog and chilly wind conspired to try and freeze us out and ...
... designated as a National Historic Landmark Community. Located in the foothills of the Siskiyou Mountains, this old west town has over 90 original brick and wooden buildings that date back to the 1850's. Many buildings have been restored to their original state using the 100 year old photographs of pioneer Peter Britt.
Not many people are in town yet but it is early. We feel that we could be strolling around in a California Gold Rush town but here we are in ...