The Ship's Inn

Address: 821 D. Street, Eureka, California, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 821 D. Street, Eureka, is near Carson Mansion, Humboldt Bay, Clarke Memorial Museum, and Blue Ox Millworks Historic Park.
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A travel blog entry by fransando on Dec 27, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... wires were live, the fire department would not let us be more than 20' out the front door. Of course we had no power and were stranded with no heat, etc. No one was able to pick us up since the roads were closed. This happened early morning and we were able to leave around two in the afternoon. Rich's truck has damage and will be taken care of when we get home. Nothing major but his truck is new.

On a positive note since we had ...


A travel blog entry by alanhopkins on Aug 10, 2014

... the car I felt the car roll so I grabbed the handbrake only it was already on, whatever the rolling had been it was in my head, as I stood up I nearly fell. I wobbled dizzily to the hotel room where everything was sort of rocking. We decided I probably had sun stroke from the morning and a lack of water. Instead of going out to eat Charlotte went across to McDonalds and we stayed in the room all night. At least the hotel had HBO which is a huge selling point for these cheaper motels it ...

Tour of Shasta Dam and Weaverville, California

A travel blog entry by orlandoanne on Jun 24, 2014

16 photos

... started the day with a laugh!

Most of the morning was spent at Shasta Dam, where we had a very interesting tour. Shasta is the 2nd largest concrete dam, measured by the amount of concrete used. It is 602 feet tall. From the vista point, there is a captivating view of all 3 Shastas---the dam, Shasta Lake (30,000 acres) and snow-capped Mount Shasta ...

Avenue of the Giants

A travel blog entry by robno1065 on Jun 18, 2014

10 photos

... the shore line all the way, it is a riders paradise. (See Pictures and Video Below)
We encountered our first roadside deer in one of the forest sections but it moved off but Carl had a moment when he first saw it. At the coastal town of Mendocino we stopped to take in the view and the quaint village style surroundings. Visited the Bakery and had a real coffee with some of the bakery delights sampled. Fuel purchased at $6.40 ...

Nothing bigger on Earth

A travel blog entry by mountainwoman on May 09, 2014

2 comments, 21 photos

... for timber. Not only are they huge, but they can live up to 2,000 years! Imagine cutting one of these behemoths down? It would break my heart, but it didn't and doesn't for so many loggers out there. It took decades of advocating and fighting to protect the ones that were left. First attempts at creating a National Park failed, but sections of the forest were designated State Parks. It wasn't until 1968 that one other portion was given National Park status. So as ...