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... on the cycle shoulder meant the going for the second half of the journey was slow. We decided to follow the advice of our map app and headed off the 101 and into the countryside. We had about five miles of peacefulness but moments after praising the genius of the map app, we were faced with the worst hill EVER which twisted on and on and on. As it wasn't part of the planned route, we had no idea of its ...
... required a hike and we do not have the necessary footwear. Into California at the Smith River area which is farming land. Signs say that it is a lily growing area. The sunshine at this point became hazy although still hot. Next was the Del Norte State Park Redwoods. In the town of Klamath on the Klamath River we visited the Trees of Mystery Trail where Redwoods have been given names etc. There was also a gondola ride up about ...
... pet one of the babies. The more aggressive one butt Brad twice and scraped the bottom of his leg.
In addition, we fed the sweet donkeys. Several peacocks were walking about. There were cages with elk, a chimpanzee, and many more animals. The experience was worth the price of admission.
Around lunchtime, we headed south towards California via the 101. The further south we went the prettier the view. At some point, we stopped ...
... for new growth.
Super cool fact: Red Wood Forests have the most bio mass of any forest on earth even more than a tropical rain forest.
Important to know: Red Woods have a rich bio diversity of plants and animals.
Last but not least, the banana slugs were ginormous, and where the Trees gave Glenn and Kelly joy, the banana slugs made Ian and Jonan's day!
... than take the major interstate that would take us through Sacramento. It seemed like a smart idea however 49 proved to be a mountain highway that wound and snaked, up and down the never ending mountains. We finally gave in, turned west on a small connector and fought our way through Sacramento to the town of Williams, about an hour north, where we stayed in a Quality Inn on the 18th.
The following day we headed north again ...