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Set off from Eureka this morning in somewhat cloudy and foggy conditions which continued as we headed up I105N, we stopped at Arcata for a coffee then followed the beautiful coastal drive North through more of the amazing redwood forests. We stopped at a funny little place that had a cable car heading up into the forest - lots of Yank **** stuff at the roadside including huge life like figures of Paul Banyan and his blue ox??????????? No idea what that was ...
... There are not many shops in this area as most are now in suburban malls. Had lunch at the Tapp Inn with Fletcher enjoying his shrimp gumbo while I had a nice Chicken baguette. We then went to the Valley Centre Mall. Here we found the main shops. Bought some T shirts at the Oregon Ducks Store. All sports teams from University of Oregon are nicknamed the Ducks. Then found some real bargains in the local department store and finally explored Barnes and Noble, a huge bookshop where ...
A Great Beginning !
Just as "DONE" seems to have layers, so, too, beginnings seem to have, also.
Our first weekend out in the slow lane was another layer of beginning our venture.
Great friends, - all of our friends are great – we don’t have any un-great ones – Tom ...
Excuse my rant-
Sunday, August 18-
When we pulled into Armitage Campground Sunday we were in for a little surprise- no sites were available! Oh, my! We usually don't travel during "high season" and the lack of campsite availability, especially on Sundays, is foreign to us. A little research by the campground reservation dude disclosed that there, indeed was one site left for one night only. The site had been reserved by someone ...
... a pretty quick one. No major incidents, nothing really to report. The views of the coastline, as far as I could tell (my eyes were ever on those winding bends), were as outstanding as anyone who's ever driven them has reported. We had our lunch at DQ, which was a significant step down from what we've been eating lately, and then entered Deerwood RV Park. Advertised as "Eugene's Luxury RV Park", it certainly makes you feel posh. And then not posh ...