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... behind the huge number of mental health patients and homeless on the streets. It appears that the police collect about 500 a night but it must be soul destroying as they are back the next night as the climate is so temperate so sleeping out presents no problem.
Heading north, the weather moved between fog on the bridge to bright sunshine and haze fuelled by the fires surrounding the state. There were a lot ...
... trails on both sides of the road, and we did our best to stop at almost every one and hike a ways into the forest. We hiked over trails, climbed over logs, and took pictures everywhere we went. It is difficult in a picture to show the massive size of these trees. So we tried to take more pictures with one of us in the photo to give a perspective on size. We'd never seen trees so big. They certainly lived up to the hype.
I can't believe it is the middle of January! For those of you at home it may not appear to be going by as quickly with the cold weather hovering around. This being our first time being in warmer weather during winter months I will say it's great. Being able to do things outdoors and travel without the worry of snow and ice is a wonderful thing. I could get used to this.
On the other hand I do miss the comforts of ...
... 10 feet tall, cool old suspension bridges and even a pair of banana slugs getting busy. The coast was covered by a light fog and littered with rocks jutting out of the water. It was a beautiful hike. From there we set out for Battery Point Lighthouse, a functioning light house just north in Cresent City. You have to park and walk a quarter mile to the lighthouse because the old road has been washed out and the operator’s private residence is ...
... in the town of Arcata at around 7:00 and checked into the "Hotel Arcata", which from prior experience, is a great place to stay right off of the square in the center of town. One of the features of the hotel is the adjoining Japanese restaurant, where we feasted on Sushi… a very welcome relief from the regimen of grilled/fried meat, sandwiches, pasta, pizza and occasional salads we’d consumed for the better part of the prior 3 ...