The Tides Inn of Shelter Cove
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... from southern Oregon to central California, extending not more than fifty miles inland- only as far as the coastal climate has its influence. Fog plays a vital role in the survival of these trees, protecting them from the summer drought conditions typical of this area. They also need abundant winter rain and moderate year round temperatures. In ...
... Our motel and its owner were a bit weird but at least we could dry out our tent on the balcony while breathing in the sweet pungent fumes provided by our neighbours smoking outside their door. The final drying out process still had to be done inside and resulted in the bathroom walls and floor getting overrun with campsite vegetation - a major cleaning operation was required before we left the next ...
... carry them around for a year or two until finally I lose them, or toss them in a new campground. Not sure a pine tree from the north west can live in Texas but nothing ventured, nothing gained.
And on an even brighter note, we became really good friends with Gene and Janet, relatives somehow with somebody in this group but blood never matters, they're close family after this hellish job! ...
... quickly change into our hiking gear, pack some water and set off.
Fern Canyon is pretty much described in the name, as you walk through the narrow canyon the 80 foot walls are completely covered with vibrant ferns and mosses dripping with moisture. The stream that flows through it has carved its way through the rock after thousands of years and has provided a prehistoric setting like no other. Which is why it was the perfect place for scenes of Jurassic Park ...
... hour down the road we stopped at The Grandfather tree which is 1800 years old and very, very wide. We also went into a house made out of a single hollowed out log. After ice creams we turned onto the Avenue of Giants. The biggest oldest trees we have ever seen. Tonight we are staying at a new but very plain RV park. Our little ...