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To pick up where i left off last night...we couldnt get into our room until 3pm yesterday, so we ate in Trinidad . The speciality of the Lighthouse grill is a wafflecone filled with mashed potatoes, cheese and beef brisket...i got the fish and chips , but that wierd conconction is haunting me, i think we will stop there on our way back. I then headed out to the Redwoods to scope out a suggested location from Dana for our ...
We have made it to the place we will spend the next two nights at, Turtle Rocks Inn, just north of Trinidad CA. We left the Redwood River Resort and that great suite in the lodge early in the morning and made our way continuing north up 101, to Eureka to get our marriage license. We wanted to get there about 9am so we couldnt spend much time along the way seeing all the ...
... if the Coast Ranges. We started in southern Oregon today north of the ghost town called Sixes. Andrew was excited to get a pancake from the KOA this morning as he's been talking about "continental breakfast" for days. He even offered to use his "birthday money" to pay for it. I told him daddys buy food for their sons. He ate some of it and donated the rest to his sister. We cleaned the van and our clothes and showered up and then headed out very late, but very cleanly. We went ...
... ended up in Arcata and took a route that goes around Arcata Bay to the Peninsula where there was a recreational area at the end. What amazed me is here on prime property are a pulp and saw mill but they might not consider this prime since it is in a Tsunami area. We walked on the beach in the windy conditions but this beach didn't have any sea stacks (large rocks on beach or in water) and picked up a sand dollar. We traveled across the 3 ...
On Thursday, Katie had her last final exam at Humboldt State University, and the remainder of the day was planned to head about 50 miles inland to a favorite spot of hers and Luke - The Trinity River.
After a quick trip to the store, filing the pickup with gas ($64.00 at $4.39 a gallon) we headed from Arcata on state highway 299. This road brings back some less than favorite memories as Dolly and I drove Katie here in her 1998 Chevy Cavalier ...