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... this is a road cut thru the Coastal Redwood forest, but not in a straight line, this road twisted and turned around the trees, according to the ranger no large trees were removed in the construction of the road. It is a one lane dirt road with numerous pull offs to allow for oncoming traffic to pass, the road also has a 15 MPH speed limit, but most of the time we were only going 5 – 10 MPH, or were stopped admiring the trees. These ...
Distance Traveled: 1840 miles
Stadiums visited: 1 (The pace will pick up soon, I promise.)
Sight of the Day: The Redwood National Forest. Honorable mention: A 10' by 25' sign selling "Sweet Cron" also a very enthusiastic thumbs up from another Subaru driver as he passed me.
Quote of the Day: "What do you do to a guy with 4 balls? Walk him to first." - Gas Station attendant in Centralia, Washington after hearing of my adventure.
... it was like being in an airplane above the clouds. Our heaters kept us nice a toasty and cooked scones in our convection oven - yum!
We saw elk right along the side of the road, sat on the beach and generally had a great experience due to exceptional weather. We ate in Crescent City. Coming home we were treated to a lot of fall cover along Hwy 299 with the black oaks and cottonwoods putting on a showy ...
... and sit in so Zach loved that. He was also searching for the elusive skunk that he had become a little obsessed with due to its ability to spray people with a stink smell….boys!
We walked around the grove for about 45 minutes wondering at how some of these trees are more than 2000 years old before continuing cruising down the 101 through the Valley of the Giants.
Next stop was the Klamath River Overlook. One of the little known facts about the ...
... Lots of fog so was hard to see the coast. The N.B. Drury scenic parkway landed us back on the 101 where traveled to Lady Bird Johnson Grove and did a little hike. Easy hike with some pretty big redwoods. It was one of the first plots of redwoods purchased to be saved from logging..I think circa 1906. We traveled the 101 all the way down to Patricks Point to camp...unfortunately it was full...so we camped at emerald forest just south. It was a pretty ...