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Our exploration of the Redwoods continued today. We left Trinidad and headed south on the 101 for about an hour drive and arrived at the Avenue of the Giants in Humboldt Redwood State Park. We drove along more incredible Redwood Forest, and stopped a few times along the way. One stop was in the Founders Grove, where we saw the Founders Tree which was dedicated to the founders who preserved the Redwoods. ...
... about three more credit cards just sitting in my wallet.
“Is there anyone in town you could call? Anyone’s card you could use?”
When you’re in a place for less than three days, it’s hard to make relationships strong enough to encourage the sharing of credit card details. It was 2am in Australia, and even if we wanted to wake our parents up and scam their money, the bloody ...
... to take a picture with a beautiful young lady native to Uganda at the Salt Lake. It was so special that she wanted to take a picture with me... I wish we had also captured that moment, but it is one I will never forget. Spending time with three of the people I love most exploring an entirely new world is something I will never forget."
Jen: "My favorite memory was our stay in Ndali. That place was so magical, from ...
... and not just on Mardi Gras. No surprise there. There is a walkway that connects old town to new town and New Town is a bit more modern. It has a lot of outdoor shopping centers. We didn't always feel safe once we left the shopping centers. It was a bit dodgy. The capital of California is Sacramento, so they have a mini white house looking building here and a park surrounding it. The park was not the best, but it had a lot of rose bush and orange trees. ...
... around 4 miles max) is going to be all that we can do. Russ’ ankle isn’t doing too well these days either. I think we will go back some day, but definitely not in the summer when all the gaggles of people are out and about. Ugh!
We left the Tetons and before leaving Wyoming we stopped by another National Park – Fossil Butte. It was a neat place – high plains desert with flat topped buttes and ridges covered ...