Marble Mountain Ranch - Family Guest Ranch
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- Swimming pool
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... around a little in Jedidiah Smith Redwoods. Heading up the road further we came to the turn we were wanting to take. There happened to be a Harley rider there and Jeff asked him about the road. There was a road construction sign with a warning of a 45minute wait. The other bike rider said there was gravel sections. We turned around and headed back to Highway-101.
Going south, we rode to the Tree ...
... be heard on the tape but it seemed to go okay. We gave Dana a gift of a Pewabic flower tile there in the woods. We parted ways from Dana and headed back to Trinidad for a late lunch and wander around. We came back to our room planning to change and go out for a quick last hike, but it started raining, so we sit here now in our room, taking pics and relaxing. jie is chatting and blogging happily with her friends, laughing often. We are both very happy and content right ...
... an area as some of the others. We also stopped in the Rockfeller Forest area to walk to the Flat Iron Tree, the Giant tree and the Tall tree. You'd think after almost a full day of these we would have been tired of seeing them, but not yet. Each one elicited awe and inspiration. Pictures don't do them justice. It is hard to understand looking up a hundred feet of pure trunk before reaching the lower branches ...
Tuesday July 8, 2014
This morning started off cool and fogy with a feeling of rain in the air, but even with this we headed south a few minutes to the “Newton & Drury Scenic Pkwy” that parallels Hwy 101 through the old-growth redwood forest in Prairie Creek State Park. This was another drive that brings you up ...
... this is a road cut thru the Coastal Redwood forest, but not in a straight line, this road twisted and turned around the trees, according to the ranger no large trees were removed in the construction of the road. It is a one lane dirt road with numerous pull offs to allow for oncoming traffic to pass, the road also has a 15 MPH speed limit, but most of the time we were only going 5 – 10 MPH, or were stopped admiring the trees. These ...