Klamath River Resort Inn
Travel Blogs from Happy Camp
Aroubd Oct 24th-26th Steinbeck travled to the Avenue of the Giants/Redwoods Oregon where he stayed and saw lovely attractions of giant redwoods.Steinbeck describes how he encountered some empty territorys and resorts that may have possibly been motels/hotels at one point in time..He located about 300 miles away from San Fransico which is his next destination on the map.Steinbeck stayed several nights among the redwood trees along highway ...
... really busy time, which changed his opinion a bit. Ashland has a continuous Shakespeare festival for 9-months of the year (hmmm....maybe we'll see Spencer Dittrich perform there one time in the not too distant future!), which mean it's a veritable Shakespeare-o-rama. Everything revolves around the festival, which is amazing unless you're looking for a bit of peace and quiet. We walked the main street of town but left fairly quickly.
... and god knows what else all fried together. It looked vile. Tasted great! Bless Greg and Trish, they really looked after us, and even gave us a box of 'lucky charms' before we left :) luck for the trip and all that.
So we headed off again with Oregon as the next big destination, thats when we drove through 'avenue of the giants' which was kinda the same as all the other tree lined roads we had been driving through the day before, only the ...
... time to head further up the coast in order to go to Crescent City and make the second Odie repair of the trip. She had blown out a brake light so we quickly replaced that and all was well in Odie-land again. We got some groceries, caught up on emails at McDonalds (thanks Ronald for the wifi), and prepared to turn around and head south again and back to our tent-site. The drive north to Crescent City had been short on views and long on sea fog over the ocean. It ...
... was closed! We stopped and took pictures as both Jess and I remembered previous times in our lives when we had stopped and wandered into that particular knick-knack shop in a tree. We then uneventfully continued up Route 101 until we arrived at our destination: Prairie Creek State Park and the Elk Meadow Campground. Redwood National Park is an interesting park as it is actually jointly run and governed by both the National Park Service and the California ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed