La Petite Maison
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Got up to tour the historic downtown of Eureka, California. Walked along their boardwalk and into the historic district with many Victorian homes including the Carson mansion. Stopped for some chai tea at a local coffee shop, did a little shopping, and off we were to the redwoods again.
Made it to the Avenue of the Giants. Truly spectacular. Not sure if any pictures can do it justice. Stopped at Gaberville to pick up lunch. Have to say, ...
Our farewell dinner was in the ...
... get to the beach coming from the parking lot.
The wind was really whipping but it was a beautiful sight. We were able to get signal and heard they were on their way.
We headed back and stopped and talked to the workers replacing the roof on the community center. Got a short history lesson from them about the park and the area in general.
As we were heading back to the campsite, up drove Jerry and Nadxli, both ...
... We did see some huge towering redwoods but after about 10 miles the road was closed because of a marathon being held today. We were very disappointed. So we returned to the Pacific Coast Highway and lo and behold there were towering redwoods everywhere.
Our next stop was to the log house. This is a 2,100 year old redwood tree that was hollowed out and a complete home was built inside it. It was originally built in 1946 and then travelled around the US until ...
... the first settlers into California in 1806 across the mountains. We drove through the Avenue of the Giants - giant redwood trees lining the road on either side for about 30 miles. We stopped for a few pictures but it's hard to get the scale of just how huge these trees are and many of them not that old. But we were saving ourselves up for the 'Chandelier Tree' - this is the tree in a place ...