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 ...
... We didn't have any other stops planned except for stopping at multiple viewpoints. What beautiful scenery along the Oregon coast, wish it was a little warmer but the locals say it is always like this. Most of the day there was a mist coming off the ocean and when we rode thru those pockets it was quite nippy. On another note the gas prices are ridiculous so far highest was $4.79/Gallon. Oh and ...
... move onto Santa Rosa.
Mendicino county where we are is very laid back and arty/crafty but not over commercialised in my humble opinion. The ocean back drop is awesome, so I'm very happy to have made this stop yestrday so we could take time out to stroll around and also for me to go to a very nice Church this morning.
See you all another time hopefully not to soon before more pics
... hours, we had not only made it to the edge of Yosemite Park but had climbed from sea level to about 8,000 feet. We had left Vegas in t-shirts with a temperature of around 24C. Now in the small town of Lee Vining, there were patches of snow on the ground and in the diner there was a chalk board with of all the mountain roads - called passes - and whether they were open or closed.
A point of conjecture with me is the pronunciation ...