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... to protect them from the logging companies. We eventually dragged ourselves away from the film and carried on through the rain. At Myers Flat we took a little detour to go through the 'drive thru' tree and look at some bizarre tree houses. Again, all a bit touristy. Totally drenched, we cycled on to Miranda where we spied a southbound bus waiting at the stop with no bikes on the front. We jumped on, as ...
... feet tall. I can't believe that some of these redwood trees are almost two thousand years old. I got in two good hikes near our camp, and Jim got to watch the Buckeyes beat Rutgers. We also had a private wine tasting at a small vineyard where the owner/winemaker showed us his machinery and talked about winemaking. It was pretty interesting, and his wines were all very good. We bought a few bottles to share with friends and family when we get home. ...
... adopting Nick, seems like a common theme, maybe we could swap him for a dog? There was a 49 ford four door in matte black with wire wheels and a V8, ready to go, wonder if I could fit that in the suitcase. The old garage had another much fancier pick up and lots or garageanalia. And all the cars were regularly driven hence why he was selling a few as he couldn't find time to drive them all.
Today was a big day viewing the redwoods which we had a little taste ...
... road signs warned us that the traffic rules were enforced by aircraft. What the? Do they swoop down and issue a citation?
The last 100k was through groves of redwoods, none of the real big trees but huge anyway. Also we went downhill for the whole way, how can that be since we didn't spend the last two hours just going uphill?
We are staying at the Historic Benbow Inn which is a lovely old hotel about five minutes from Garberville ...
... our jackets, due to the day growing increasingly warmer, and head to the beach. Somewhere along the way we also ditch the shoes and let our feet absorb the warmth through the soft sand.
We literally just came out of a cool temperate rainforest and stepped onto a tropical desert beach, complete with sand dunes and of course the wild Pacific Ocean. I had this great idea to set my camera on the beach and we would get a group shot of us all standing knee deep in ...