Motel 6 Arcata - Humboldt University
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... hundred feet from a 1970's clear cut. It is 200 ft before they even reach the lowest branches on that tree. Truly incredible.
http://www.npr.org/blogs/krulwich/2011/ 04/08/135206497/the-worlds-tallest-tree -is-hiding-somewhere-in-california
http://www.monumentaltrees.com/en/trees /coastredwood/tallest_tree_in_the_world /
So we drove up Bald Hills Road to the ...
... I was in my stride I really enjoyed the drive. Driving The Beast is a lot of fun. Cruise control is great for going long distances too. The scenery was great, even for a big 5 lane freeway. Lots of rolling orange sandy hills and wide open plains. I drove past a cow farm at one point. The place was serious about cows. All you could see was cows for miles! Methane central.
My sat nav was not playing ball and would not find the hostel I was staying at. I knew it was on the other ...
... for the evening. We started the night with a drink at a small “upnort” type bar; wood paneling, taxidermy on the walls, large wood back bar and a couple of taps, of which I cannot remember the name but was on the city center square in Arcata. After our drink we grabbed some mediocre sushi at Tomo Japanese Restaurant right around the corner. After dinner we sauntered over to a small dive bar where Bjorn’s old roommates’ band, ...
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Your first Croatian lesson: Volim pivo (I like beer).
... afternoon. Cole’s bike continued to run flawlessly and with the burden of uncertainty lifted (at least temporarily) we thoroughly enjoyed the 3 plus hours of undulations and sweeping turns we encountered as we followed the contour of the landscape along the two rivers. The final third of the ride along the Trinity river was particularly enjoyable as the road tightens up and the scenery transitions from arid to forested.