Ye Olde Danish Inn
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Whoosh! Did you like that time travel? Did you feel your particles get torn apart one by one then put back together? Wasn't that awesome? I never get sick of it! Oh, sorry, was I off topic? This is going to happen a lot. I always get off topic. Just remind me whenever that happens, OK? Even during my adventure, I could never stay on task. Seriously, it was so weird. What's that? Oh, teehee...sorry about that. I'll try my best to stay on task. ...
... the coast but never have the air temp. get higher than 67 degrees in the summer. That would make for some chilly swimming water!
We continued on route 101 from here and then turned northeast onto 199, wending our way to the border of Oregon. This is a stunning road that follows the Smith River in CA and then the Illinois River in Oregon. Quintessential mountain and river beauty. Too bad we were driving at night in the rain! Even so, we could appreciate it's beauty. ...
... warehouses and decrepit wharfs to a beautiful boardwalk.
The boardwalk has all kinds of very cool sculptures and informational posters. One of the unique fixtures is the "Madaket" the oldest passenger carrying vessel in the US. She still takes passengers on tours of the area. They are still working on the waterfront and are just getting started so the businesses are just beginning to relocate here. In a few ...
... Jessie M. Honeyman Memorial State Park for a picnic lunch. There are two miles of sand dunes between the park and the ocean and we watched people surfing down them whilst we ate. If only we had had more time!
Highway 101 provided dramatic scenery, with cliffs and rocky shores and fog rolling in intermittently, the trade off was that progress was quite slow. We crossed into California, the guide book congratulated us on reaching the ...
... tourists but now looked seedy:closed gas stations,decrepit motels,bankrupt souvenir shops and not even enough money to take them down,allowing you to see what tourist travel was before the Interstate,a definite return to simpler and slower times.Ore redwoods at theHumboldt Redwoods State Park.You never tire of seeing them because each is unique and so massive they inspire awe. Finally,a rush to find a place to escape the rain,Eureka!(that's really it's ...