Motel 6 Santa Rosa North
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... redwoods. Some of these trees tower over 300 feet with diameters near 60 feet! It is hard to find words to describe the forests. These trees are amazing! The trees are so tall and so straight. We were definitely in awe of what we saw.
After about an hour in the forest we headed back out to Highway 101 and continued south to the Newton B. Drury Scenic Parkway. This is a 10 mile stretch of road that runs through the Prairie Creek redwoods State Park. Once again ...
... the children were asked to introduce themselves and their grandparent(s). There were 20 children and 21 grandparents. Introductions were fairly brief, and the children did a good job. We realized that there was one girl, Hazel, and her grandmother, who had been on our Road Scholar program last year in Dunsmuir CA; it was nice to see them again. The program was listed as being for children from ages 7 to 11. Most of the children were 8-10; Lily had just turned 8 on July ...
... Museum which was close to the plaza. There was an exhibition on there called "Camellia has fallen: Contemporary Korean artists reflect on the Jeju uprising". It was an interesting presentation using all sorts of media - painting, fabric, sculpture, video installations really sobering thoughts on an incident of which I knew nothing - a massacre of anywhere from 25-65,000 people in 1948. Upstairs was a very different exhibition called "precious cargo" - an ...
... we booked into my classes- yay!
Afterwards, I spent the day with my landlady. She showed me around and the routes to take to school.
That evening, I found a bicycle online, and went to buy it. It was bright pink so I couldn't miss it when I parked it :)
I went for a long bike ride. Firstly to my college to have a wander round- which took me 2 hours as it is SO big! I then took some time to sit on the grass, in the sunshine, and just take in ...
Tonight Susan told us about some of the wildlife around this area, they have gophers, deer, hawks and apparently possums. Oh and they even have coyotes! scary but I hope I see one.
It is a early night for us as we are going to ring people inquiring about cars tommorow (hopefully we find one) and I need to apply for my social security number as I have been in the country for 10 days.
Wish us luck x