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... were the lost souls in the streets and public transport-a lot of crazy, drugged people.
We were pleased to head North and take the coast road. It’s quite cold, windswept, sparsely populated and very West Coast NZ-like.
All is going well here…as long as we can keep Al away from those donut holes! Walking 6 miles to a pygmy forest yesterday did help to compensate.
... thrown in, but even the freeway was scenic and curvy. Twice we managed to turn off the freeway and continue through the curvy undulating roads of Redwood forests, in places it was almost like driving at night it was so dark especially with sunglasses on and a bug splattered visor, the stroboscopic effect of the sun shining ...
Hi all, ok I am having fun in America but I do have to make a comment about the taps. We have stayed in about 6 or 7 places now and every single shower is a new adventure. Sometime the taps move up, some times down, the current one moves up and slides around. Seriously can they not make there minds up...sigh..at least we can normally work it out. The accommodation two ...
... sliced tomatoes and spinach. Very nice and while we were there, more whales appeared. What a treat this day was.
Back to the Big River and walked a ways with the dogs and then decided to turn around because it was sunnier than we had expected. Back to the campsite where we had a shared meal of black beans, rice, guacamole, pico de gallo and wine. Had a nice visit and then off to bed.
... across the trail and up the canyon. The last stretch was compared to a 20 story climb in altitude so we were suffering a little at the end (being the out of shape folk we are at the moment..) We reached the Pygmy forest of little pines, manzanita etc. (turns out we could have just driven to this part and not even paid...but there would be no glory in that) A very pretty trek overall.