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... eat, mate, fight, and play. There were so many it was difficult to tell them from the rocks at times! We watched them for a while, and went about 1/4 a mile and stopped at a local tourist attraction called "The Sea Lion Caves".
It is an attraction that has been around since 1932, but has evolved a bit. You no longer have to go down a huge set of stairs, but get to ride in a nice stainless steel elevator. They charge you 14 ...
I drove through two trees today!! On purpose. We entered the Redwood forests of the Northern California coast, touring the Avenue of the Giants in all of its enormous and kitschy glory. Muir Woods is fantastic, but I was not prepared for the awesome magnitude of these forests.
Leaving from Santa Rosa, we needed to make one detour: Bodega Bay. It's where Hitchcock filmed ...
... was great jumping off fallen trees and splashing Summer and me. Our favorite adventure here was our 12 mile mountain bike ride from our campsite through the woods and to the Gold Bluffs beach coastline. We got to the beach and considered hitch hiking back, but decided to carry on. Owen and Siena were champs and powered through. Siena, as usual, was our fearless leader down most of the single track trails. About ...
... training we decided to chance it anyway venturing into the woods. It was an interesting walk, passing by the largest trees we had ever seen both tall and wide, it was a sight to behold! We thoroughly enjoyed venturing under this forest canopy. Happy to say no bear encounters, Nathan's skills will have to wait another day! After completing our walk we decided to make a stop at the Klamath Overlook to ...
... cents, 2 Japanese Yen, 5130 Korean Won
# of times we did laundry: 8
# of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 31
# of holes Amber's sneakers: 6
Next stop: Redwood National Park