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... and would be a good place to figure out a plan of attack had we needed to at that point.
We had heard there were Roosevelt Elk in the area so were on the lookout and found the main herd at the appropriately named Elk County campground where they had taken over. Roosevelt Elk are the largest elk and are rare, so it was exciting to see so many together.
We were ...
... We also stopped at Fort Bragg to grab a cup of coffee and check out the glass beach. The glass beach was formed due to mass dumping of used glass bottles/containers into the ocean. After years of smoothing from the waters, the small glass particles wash up on the shore. Unfortunately the beach was pretty dirty and there was mass construction surrounding it so we did not stay long.
After our two pit stops and a bit more driving we had arrived ...
... predicament weighs heavily on Bob & Jake. A quick meeting and a unilateral decision is made--we're moving! But what about the four-nght's stay that is paid in advance. Well, "nothing ventured; nothing gained", "God hates a coward"; "it can't hurt to ask" are all brought to mind. Jake settles things by adding, "Let's just get out of Dodge". Fortunately, the manager is a very upstanding and understanding guy who reponds ...
This is our second post for today, a collection of "interesting" and mostly random characters, (except Dolly and Katie) that attended Graduation at HSU. I know this may not be "politically correct," but I'm not either. So, sit back and enjoy the ride.
Oh, by the way for plant lovers, I'll share some plants that I found interesting during our tour of the various labs and greenhouses tomorrow.
... smells and wildlife.
The weather has been perfect, highs in the 70's and lows in the upper 40's. Great sleeping weather and we've regularly been getting about 9 to 10 hours a night. We visited the Arcata Wildlife Refuge, a large community-developed area for locals to enjoy with wonderful walking/jogging trails and occasional signs to ...