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... ask another, so eloquently, 'What do you think of that big ass old tree, huh?' . It's a facility for language that I can marvel at, but never emulate.
The place where we stopped was just lovely. I'm not sure our photographs really do justice to the majesty of the trees, or that we have managed to capture the exquisite play of the light on the leaves, but we tried.
We also happened across a few elk and were able to photograph a couple of them which ...
... smoothies in the buffet.
... was consistent for most of the morning until about noon and then the sun came out and we made some great time.
Not sure who thought up this antique road trip but this truck is killing me in fuel. Overall it
drives ok, but it revs like hell going up ...
... to the Pacific coast in
Cresent City. It was gorgeous weather, hardly a cloud in the sky. The water seemed to glisten with the sun reflecting on it. We tried to go to the visitor’s center for the Redwood Forest, but again it was closed. We found a sandy stretch to walk along and wrote some messages in the sand. Dad collected samples of driftwood for everyone and we enjoyed the sunshine on our
skin for a while. We went back to a place where Greer saw a ...
... the california equivalent of TMR) is planning to extend a highway corridor and knock some of these ancient trees down in the process. http://saveric*******grove.org/
Todays travel ended at Grant's Pass, Oregon. Wikipedia gives quite a few details about its history, but it's the stuff you find out by accident that is more telling, in this case we were told that Grant's Pass had its own very strong chapter of the KKK. Funnily enough that doesnt get a wikimention.