Klamath River Resort Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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We ended up modifying our plans through Seiad and did not hike out in the afternoon. Instead, we did laundry, showered, watched Jurassic Park, and ate tons of food plus two delicious malts. The plan was changed to hiking out by 5 am. I am not a big fan of the early rise hiking club but no one can argue its effectiveness. We hiked 30.38 miles today from Seiad Valley to within a mere 6.5 miles from ...
We gave ourselves the luxury of sleeping in since we knew that all we were doing was a straight shot of 6.5 miles into Seiad Valley. That being said, we didn't make it onto trail until around 8:30 am. That's "sleeping in" these days. We would have taken a ride from a kindly motorist, but there were none. We made great time though and were in for breakfast. The Seiad Valley cafe is one great eatery when it comes to pleasing hikers; great prices, service, and milkshakes! We also saw ...
... 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 ...
... Redwoods, spent the time with our necks craned back to look at the tops of the trees far, far above us, and managed to spy and photograph the Giant Banana Slug. All Tim could think of, after taking photo with his Leatherman to provide scale and perspective, was how in the heck was Bear Grylls going to eat this one?!?!?! It was a great walk and gave us all pause to think about and admire these tall and ramrod straight giant trees; very grounding indeed.