The Shelter Cove Oceanfront Inn
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... needles with tight spikes that conserve moisture, due to little evaporative surface. The lower branches, on the other hand, produce flat needles in order to catch additional light through the thick canopy of branches.
These trees have shallow root systems that extend over one hundred feet from the base, intertwining with the roots of ...
... thinking we needed to stop for dinner. Willits seemed a likely town to find something good and we decided on Gribaldo's hoping it would be the right mix of good food and casual. It seemed to hit the spot. I ended up with just a salad bar.
By now it was dark and we drove on to Leggett and our lodging and missed the change from oak woodlands to redwood forest. ...
... indulge in some camping cuisine.....which in this case consisted of La Choy Beef Chow Mein in a can. With a name like that who could resist. Carla seemed very pessimistic and opted for a bagel instead. I was convinced that she had made the wrong choice until the smell of what only be described as an open sewer line at a football match started wafting up from the cooking pot. After all the ribbing I had given Carla for not wanting ...
... abundance of life nourished by the aspects of the forest even beyond the immense redwoods. Therefore our walks through the woods were made all the more miraculous by an understanding of the importance of fallen trees, burned out stumps, the mosses, the wildlife, and of course the redwoods. That night we lay our sore from craning necks to rest next to the towering spires of trees hundreds of years old and too tall to see ...
... organic. Totally, Primo, Dude. I'm into the microbiotics, kombuchia, kale, herbal rubs. Sage, no, I'm past my sage phase.
From one redwood palace to another, we are now right among those big boys. Got one on my back porch camped right here off the Avenue of the Giants. Burlington, Humboldt Redwood State Park. And we all know what they grow in Humboldt County. That's right class, Big ...