Sea Cliff Motel
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... Rich empires, with their forts far-flung,
Lie buried now---their splendor gone;
But these proud monarchs still live on.
So shall they live, when ends our day,
When our crude citadels decay;
For brief the years allotted man,
But infinite perennials' span.
This is their temple, vaulted high,
And here we pause with reverent eye,
... Redwoods right next to the road
We tried going up the Coastal Trail Road but after driving a mile we discovered it was closed, we found out later that the back part of the road had fallen into the ocean. We drove back down old 101 and tried to find the corkscrew tree and found the sign but nothing that looked like a cork screw (and I know what a cork screw looks like!). Went back to Elk Meadow and there were more elk and you could ...
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.
Our explorations today took us to a small community of Trinidad just a few miles north of McKinleyville on the Northern Coast of California.
A huge "Thank You" to Katie and Luke for showing us this wonderful landscape and sharing the raw beauty of this area.
Again, the photos cannot begin to capture its true beauty. I tried, but, it just can't be done. The weather was warm for with highs in the ...
... size. We drove through the centre of the park, stopping whenever we pleased to enjoy the wonderful sights. At one point, we were standing at one hundred feet below sea level yet everything was bone dry, nothing but sand and rock. The lowest point was a few miles south of us and one can hike to it in a few hours - minus 282 feet.
We drove through the park and out the west gate, hooking onto highway 395 and heading north. In ...