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... that took us to Crescent City, CA, right on the coast. From there, our plan was to cycle along the coast all the way to California. However, plans changed, and we cycled to Ukiah, CA, where one of Marie's Aunts lives. And that's where we ended our trip.
The ride in California was very beautiful at first. The coast and the redwood forests. Then we had to get on Highway 101, which was very crowded, and people didn't seem to really pay attention to us on our bikes. But we made it ...
... wind on the beach, so if it's not better in the morning, we will have it checked out, but if it's ok, we will be venturing back into Oregon for the day to visit the Oregon Caves National Monument that we skipped by following the Oregon Coast. It's only 50 miles up and 50 miles back, so it should make for an easy day tomorrow.
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... and surprisingly warm Smith River provided a cheap shower and a chance to have many a rock skipping contest. To dry off, we took a walk along a path through the trees and then slowly returned to the car for more driving. I,for one, could spend eternity within this place and will one day return. No doubt about it. We finished the day with a three hour drive to Crater Lake. Where we crashed and burned, excited for what tomorrow had in store.
... and almost got into it with each other, but the dominant bull held his own and kept the girls close to him. A successful and interesting day of adventure. We set out the next morning to tour the Redwoods in Jedediah State Park which was just a few miles from our camp. The road was only one lane and very curvy as we entered the loop trail, and then it turned to gravel, much to Jim's chagrin! We took almost four hours to drive and walk through ...
... and has operated continuously since then, and is still in operation today. The tour took about 1 hour and included a description of the lighthouse keeper’s quarters, a short climb up the tower, and an explanation of the light itself. This was a very enlightening afternoon. Thankfully the fog has lifted and the temperature has risen, it is a very comfortable afternoon.