Travel Blogs from Brookings
... had an awsome riverview near the Redwood Park.
Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park
We were able to drive a 6 mile narrow dirt road through the Redwood Park. We put the top down to better take it all in.
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Midday temp: 15C
Before we left the park we rode our bikes to the marsh, looking for shore birds. Tens of thousands of migrating birds and shorebirds are supposed to frequent here. It was too windy for us to stay though we did see a peregrine falcon in the area yesterday.
The first town we travelled through is Bandon, known for their cranberry harvest. Ocean Spray has a factory here. We were able to see ...
... s back yard. Well, I'll be! There is a "For Sale By Owner" sign in the driveway.
Tomorrow is our last day in Brookings. See you then.
Question Of The Day: Do RV RESORTS command a higher nightly fee than an RV PARK?
Food for Thought: At what point does an RV park become an RV Resort? If you RVr's have figured this one out please let me in on the secret. We have stayed at beautiful full ...
... the 1964 Tsunami tidal waves, the resident keepers provided a terrifying eye witness account of the destruction caused to Crescent City. The lighthouse was decommissioned in 1965. There is even said to be a resident ghost.
We continued our drive along the beach back to our camp. What a wonderful day. In the morning, we leave for Phoenix, ...
... were close enough that I could have gotten out and touched them. Obviously they are used to traffic/people because they weren’t spooked at all by all the cars stopping. I grabbed my phone to call the Cooleys, but then Taylor reminded me – no service. (We found out later that they found a herd further south.)
Our next stop was further up the road…High Bluff. Wow! Truly was a high bluff. Chase is a typical 14 year old ...