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For those of you not from here, a tradition in Gringolandia, or at least the western part of Gringolandia is a Sunday afternoon drive... My parents being, tradtional insited on a drive to see the leaves in Sportsman's park along the Rogue river, ...
... smoothies in the buffet.
... Gold Bluff Beach"....I tell Justin, they must be down there! Let's go! So we set out on an unpaved, uphill road in the Corolla.....this was maybe not my brightest idea, I admit.....but we kept going....it felt like 10 miles of unpaved rutted out narrow winding riad until we got to a kiosk to enter the park.....for which we waited in line and paid $8. We thought, this beach must be spectacular or else no one would make that drive. WRONG! LOL, it was surely nothing special and crowded ...
... place just beyond the tunnel that normally hadpsrk information and touristy stuff, but being Columbus Day it had already closed down for the season. Lucky for us this meant fewer "flatlanders" to deal with. Dad found the first big tree..his giant "woody," you know, Harold's son!!! Haha...hopefully Wissy, Pauline or Chris will read this to appreciate that one!
I also saw my very first Sequoia tree!! It was just a baby though...to show how they start. The sign said they ...
... some strikingly large animal droppings discharged all-too-freshly and frequently along the trail. Quick arithmetic derives the unequivocal conclusion that, based on scat circumference, this was no small beast. Most certainly a bear, I pick up my pace and better attune myself to any future signs of non-human life roaming nearby.
In honesty, the prolonged absence of accurate trail markings on this section causes more alarm than any oversized dump. Faded ...