Crescent City Bay View Inn
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... passed Medford and Grants Pass on into very northwest California. We camped at Jedidiah State Park amongst amazing coastal redwoods. There was a nice mellow Smith River in the campground and many small hike opportunities so we really immersed ourselves in the redwood grove setting.
... saw. Yes, we saw site 112, and she switched us to that one. Good. We drove back down to the campground and were thankful to have a site without holes and a little shade since we had actually found a sunny spot in all the fog. We set up the tent and then started fixing dinner. After dinner, Gabe started the fire and we looked at all the park information trying to determine our stops for the next day. That night around 3am, a family with two boys pulled into ...
... very suspicious!
Secondly, no one we spoke with that lives in the area full-time ever goes into the forest to hike, bike etc… The Redwoods are incredible, mystical trees and the forest surrounding is lush and full of positive energy. Absolutely, the parks are the only thing positive about this area and for the residents not to enjoy this phenomenon is just so perplexing to me…
... Forest was. We thought we’d be visiting these things tomorrow…but we’re still 150 miles from Crescent City. We are not going to drive back down here tomorrow. Of course, we jump on the Avenue of the Giants, which is totally awesome. It parallels 101, it’s just a twistier, slower, more scenic drive.
We pull over at one point to take some pictures. There’s a huge redwood that has fallen so you can see the root system. You can tell ...
... 18 years ago, I saw some Giant Sequoia trees in central California – they were not as tall as these trees, but were supposedly thicker. After all this time, I don’t really remember many of the details about sequoias, but I do know for sure that these redwoods are immense!
Following our visit to the grove, we headed towards the Prairie Creek Visitor’s Center. Enroute, we saw a herd of elk in a field by the road. I tried counting them, ...
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