Comfort Inn Eureka
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... case we could just wait. But all of a sudden, there was an exit with a pair of golden arches on the sign, so it was off to McDonald's and there famous $1 coffee. Fully rejuvenated with hot coffee, we stopped at the California Visitors Center and picked up a few brochures and made the final leg of our journey to the hotel. Eureka is a little town, part tourist and part historical, but the old town section does have some good ...
... road and the trees are right there edging both sides of the road. Walked a couple short trails including "Cathedral Trees Loop" and to the "Big Tree". Kept saying "Wow!" as we looked up at these majestic trees - oldest are close to 2,000 years old. Just awe inspiring!
Close to noon, tried to stop at the Prairie Creek State Park Visitor Center but there were no empty spaces (not a large parking area) so no more walks there. Saw ...
... cough. Rich still has sinus congestion but we are on the mend. I guess that is what happens when your with toddlers who have cough and boogery noses.
We went to see the movie Unbroken. It was very good. I had already read the book. The movie is well done and deserves to be nominated in the Academy Awards.
Well, I have written more than enough. Thanks again for following my blog.
... I feel like I have jetlag after being in the car for seven days! Today we shopped for holiday food. Tomorrow we see the cottage we will be renting for the month of January. Tomorrow evening Rich & Jenny arrive.
I want want to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas! I will continue my blog after Christmas....we have a busy schedule planned as our journey continues!
This has been one of our collective favourite days so far. We went to two Redwood parks, Jedediah Smith and Prairie Creek.
We started off by driving through JS, on a scenic road byway. Our plans for hiking were scuppered slightly when the trail we'd planned on taking were blocked by a river, we couldn't ford it, as it had rained the whole previous night, and the bridges had been removed for the winter. We had to double back (after a failed attempt to make our way around ...