Penny Saver Inn
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... Cod... not that east coast junk! Sorry! but west coast cod is way better. And the batter! amazing!
For all you chefs and cooks out there! Dump the friggin Beer Batter ... it is not what fish should be fried in! If you dont believe me, get in your car drive to Crescent City, go to the Chart Room and try the Fish and Chips! then you will thank me!
we finish up and decide to see if we can find a spot ...
... the corner of my eye) that after checking we might be a threat, he headed off further along the path, back into the undergrowth. Near the end of the trail we came across Big Tree, the biggest tree in the park. It was 25ft in diameter and 96m high. Huge! There were lots of people here taking photos, but as soon as we got past the entrance to this car park, there were virtually no people again. We finished up the hike, made a donation, picked up our bags and headed off to ...
Ráno se půlka vydala na procházku podél řeky, druhá půlka čekala u Natural Bridge, což byla přírodní zajímavost lávového původu - řeka na chvíli zmizela pod povrch (dříve sloužilo jako důležitý bod pro přechod této divoké řeky) a objevila se po pár metrech, ale v místě uhlopříčně od začátku svého tunelu. Následoval párhodinový přesun do NP Redwood se zastávkou ...
We left Petaluma today at 10:00, but had to stop at Pep Boys to replace the battery for the camper…puttin' a lot of miles on this thing! So we really didn’t get rolling on the road until 11:00. Lola (our GPS) tells us to drive 317 miles on route 101 to Crescent City. Our campground is literally on 101, so it’s a straight shot up the coast today!
Not too far up the road we did make a stop in Sonoma Valley at a winery. It happened to be Francis Ford ...
... for miles out to the horizon. Amazingly, we were sidetracked at the trail head by two Gray Whales in the bay below! We spent 30 minutes watching them exhale their geysers of warm air into the cool ocean breeze before they were too far off even for our binoculars. Then we saw a sign saying "no bikes" and another saying "tick infested area" so we piled back into the van and headed back to the 101.
Just north of Klamath we ...
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