The Shelter Cove Oceanfront Inn
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... guidebook let us down. Weott now only has a Post Office and a disproportionately big barber's - quite possibly the world's largest - but no general store. So, it was going to have to be another night on the ramen. Weott's true notoriety stems from the 1964 'Thousand Year' flood, which hit the whole of the Northwest coast including the Eel river that wends it way through the forest. There is a telegraph pole at ...
... collection of rocks, gravel and seaweed AND sea lions. Yep fighting for best spot on the rocks with the seagulls were fat sea lions, and if I keep eating the way I am that will be me in a fortnight.
We got back for a very late dinner and decided to eat at the Benbow Inn again, mainly because most other places were closed or filled with hippies with the munchies. But we did have time to stop at the supermarket and I noticed something strange, instead of lollies at ...
... Well we got the time, we got the skill (ok Dave does), we can buy the beer and hopefully our backs will hold out to get it done in the next week or ten days. The hard part is having to build it around her 8 foot herb garden since harvest time isn't for another couple of months......lol.
We've started to adjust to the new adventure and loving most of it. You ...
... view. These are awesome trees! Words nor pictures can describe the feeling you get when you are under these giants. That afternoon we visited the city of Fortuna where we had the best homemade Tacos ever. We talked to a storekeeper that suggested we visit the Victorian town of Ferndale. A beautiful old city with a great downtown area. One of the highlights for me, as an ex banker, was the old bank building.
Early 10am start today (its amazing how quick a chap can become accustomed to not working.)
First order of business was to pay $5 to drive through a tree, I'm amazed it didn't cost more and has by far been the bargain of the trip!
Then we started the 30 mile drive up the Avenue of the Giants, to the Humboldt State ...