20 Oaks Cottages & RV Park
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... along the majestic ocean. Cresent City amazes me. There is just one big load of industry. The city looks like a big mess as one would expect from a harbor or freight city. Signs indicate that we are in a Tsunami Risk area. Believe it or not but we are at sea level and the ocean here is pretty wild. What I also didn't realize is the Redwood actually is very stretched. We enter the park about 120 kilometers from my campground in the National Park. The ...
... out pretty good. No barn was erected since we all ran out of muscles, energy and time which is probably a good thing considering what happened next.
Made it to our campsite for a week of relaxation which lasted about 18 hours when I had to call an ambulance for my Dave. He was diagnosed with sever dehydration and exhaustion which kicked off more medical issues, one which required ...
... so I grabbed my tent and a handful of items and set-up camp as quickly as possible to avoid the the fear of being out in the open, in complete darkness, in an unknown wilderness. As I lay there in my tent I try to continue to read the book I picked up in Monterrey, to try and distract me from any and every sound that I her outside my tent, but to no avail. Twigs snapping, leaves rustling, wind blowing, all filled my head with the mental image of childhood monsters ...
... of talkaholics shut up for a second and just stare in wonder. Even I stopped talking, I was so stunned by it.
As usual with these sorts of places, the week was made great by the people I was working with. There was Felicia and Billy from LA. As well as both being very easy to get on with and down-to-earth, Billy also has an IQ higher than possibly everyone I've ever met, barring one mate of mine. He is - according to MENSA's rating system - well into Genius territory, ...
... as well. It is such a beautiful coastline with stunning towns, it was a joy to be there.
The most impressive landmark I saw would have to be the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Yes, the Rome Coliseum and The David, were amazing as well. But the Tower to me was strikingly beautiful and took my breath away. It was beyond any expectations I had of it.
It was such a joy to attend the English Congregation by Florence, definitely a highlight as well.