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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... coast and take the long way back to Eureka via Mattole Rd and the Petrolia-Ferndale Highway, but it was getting late and we still wanted to stop at Walmart and Walgreens's back in Eureka. So we turned around and rode the Avenue of the Giants road non-stop back to the 101 and on into Eureka.
We were looking for a Walmart to pick upo a few supplies, and the Walmart App store locator showed it was about a mile south of the hotel on the ...
... the Table Bluff Lighthouse, of which only the 1892 Victorian tower remains. And we couldn't leave Eureka without eating at the Samoa Cookhouse, the last logging camp-type cookhouse left in the western United States. There is no menu -- you are served the meal the chefs have made for the day. It has been serving "lumber camp style" meals since 1894 and, my goodness, what a lot of food! Dan and I won't be ...
... wires were live, the fire department would not let us be more than 20' out the front door. Of course we had no power and were stranded with no heat, etc. No one was able to pick us up since the roads were closed. This happened early morning and we were able to leave around two in the afternoon. Rich's truck has damage and will be taken care of when we get home. Nothing major but his truck is new.
On a positive note since we had ...
... required a hike and we do not have the necessary footwear. Into California at the Smith River area which is farming land. Signs say that it is a lily growing area. The sunshine at this point became hazy although still hot. Next was the Del Norte State Park Redwoods. In the town of Klamath on the Klamath River we visited the Trees of Mystery Trail where Redwoods have been given names etc. There was also a gondola ride up about ...
By 11 AM we were on our way to Eureka by way of Weaverville, California. It was a scenic drive through the Shasta Cascades and Trinity Alps past large and lovely Whiskey Lake. We followed the Trinity River for much of the route. We spotted several rafters enjoying the rapids.