The Tides Inn of Shelter Cove
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Shelter Cove
... 000 acres (8,500 km2) along much of coastal California (excluding southern California where rainfall is not sufficient) and the southwestern corner of coastal Oregon within the United States. An estimated 95% or more of the original old-growth redwood trees have been cut down.
... them. After breakfast we were quite keen to get moving again. San Francisco awaited us. But on the way out of the park we were greeted by a small sign inviting us to drive through a giant redwood stump. Now I have seen pictures of people doing this and always considered it a tourist trap not worth the money. But Carla was keen and as there was nobody else there we decided to give it a go. (obviously not before checking the ...
... dip lower in the sky, we packed up and headed back to the lighthouse park where we found a picnic table for making dinner and watched the sunset behind the lighthouse. We continued to watch the sunset as we drove back up the hill, and pulled over at the top to watch it from above the fog. We loved the peace and quiet of Shelter Cove so much that we decided to stay another day. The next morning we headed back into town, and settled into the coffee ...
Anyway, it was a lovely hike. First climbing up through the forest and out onto meadow bits. Winding up and up to a ridge, which we then followed along before eventually dropping back down again. Mostly all in the presence of the skyscraper Redwoods. I got a little neck ache from keep staring up. We spotted a deer on the path ahead and I also discovered a new species. It is yet to be confirmed but it certainly looks pretty alien. Like a ...
... of anchored fishing boats swaying to the beat with us.
At any rate after a cup or two of coffee we were off to Fort Bragg and the Noyo River Bar. Yep, yet another bar to challenge our psyches, test our mettle and hopefully cross. After that, no more bars for a while. Hopefully a long while.