The Shelter Cove Oceanfront Inn
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... We arrived to see people on both sides of the river standing arm to arm fishing for the chinook. Lots of tangled lines. As Melva was new to this, we decided to fish further up river where there were less people. Did us no good as the river bottom changed and the fish spread out in deeper water so I think we were fishing below the path of the fish. No bites at all. It became a very interesting experience as ...
... a coast redwood can grow 2-3 feet in height annually, but when the trees are stressed from lack of moisture and sunlight they may grow as little as one inch per year.
Because these trees are so tall, the treetop needles are exposed to more dry heat than the needles of branches in the dense canopy below. To compensate for this, redwoods ...
... The Avenue of the Giants with the redwoods towering over us. To get up close and personal, there are many trails you can take just off the side of the road. The particular one we chose meant bumping into a couple who we recognised from breakfast at the motel. They happened to come from East London, so we spent a slightly surreal half hour chatting to them with the redwoods all around. Our walk was short but enough ...
... company and we found some good company in this misery! Can't wait to visit Oregon/Washington area and sit with a toddy and toke and watch the sunset with them.... I'm sure we'll all smell better and laugh more on the next visit even though we have found the funny side in all this....... Funniest: Every family has an insane person and we finally found ours.....
... filmed here. Hence, the first part of the title, we "walked" with the dinosaurs and even re-enacted a few scenes. It was a classy moment like no other and the we have the pictures to prove it. At the end of the canyon a set of stairs led us up to the top and eventually back to the trail head. Which brings us to the point where Laura, Amanda and I, in our excitement to see the beach, broke into a sprint laughing like loons till we make it back to the vehicle. ...