Travelodge Crescent City
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... or private campgrounds in northwestern CA are often less expensive than state parks (which we typically love) and offer more amenities. Jedediah State Park was $35 per night with NO hook-ups. We are staying at The Redwoods RV Resort with full hook-ups (electricity, water, sewage, AND cable) for $31/night! This is a VERY nice commercial RV park. The sights are more private, with redwoods throughout the campground. Many commercial parks pack you in ...
... drive back to Klamath to see one of the trees you can drive trough. A relic from times people abused these wonders of nature. Of course the RV is too tall, so we walked up (at a dollar a person) and witnessed people pushing rentals and pickups through. It's still a living tree though. Sequoia's are remarkable trees. They have the ability to heal themselves. One of the best ways to enjoy sequoia's ...
... going from 38 miles away to 35 miles away. There was evidently an accident that closed the southbound lane, and we got stuck in bumper to bumper traffic for about an hour. Unfortunately, that was about 4:00 in the afternoon, and about 40 miles inland, so the temperature on the bike read 97 degrees. It was hot! We were planning on stopping at the Redwood Visitors Center back in Crescent City when we got back, but the ...
... was also the location where Alfred Hitchcock's film "The Birds" was shot in 1963. We had a spectacular campsite snuggled between the dunes on the beach. Got to enjoy the sunset while watching the migrating Humpback whales breeching right off shore, along with a great bottle of Sonoma Valley wine. What a perfect setting! We spent a week just slowly moving up the coast, stopping every 30 or so miles at a new camp on the beach, just beach combing the tide ...
... of cloud, the Oregon Coast saved its best 'til last. There were some stunning views of the coastline and we saw the archway rock depicted on the Arch Rock beer bottles. With the wind still against us, it seemed to take an age to make it to the state border. Once we'd finally crossed, we expected to go through the food customs check but seemingly they don't bother with that on a Sunday and we ...