Big Bend Lodge
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- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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Followed the Eel River to the base of Leggett Hill today. The hills after the Redwoods bursted with color, and Fall was in the air. Stopped in Garberville for a bite to eat, which ended up being lots of fun. The town was bubbling with raggedy folks with dogs, backpacks, and will work signs. Almost everyone there was hopeful of their chance to be recruited by marijuana farmers to cut bud. The town was ...
... or at any inn in Garberville when we booked our reservations last February. This weekend is the "Reggae on the River" concert which attracts thousands of Reggae music fans to this part of Humboldt county from all over the world. As a result we booked rooms at the "Lost Coast" which is located 25 miles west of Garberville. There is only road in and out of this part of the California coast and it is a ...
... Forest. The redwood tree's are HUGE! The trail was short and very easy but the view underneath these giants was magnificent. We doubt the pictures nor the video's will show how amazing these tree's are but lets just say, this hike had the best views of any hike. After returning to the car, we made our way to the Avenue ...
Here's our week in review :)
It had rained all night so this morning we debated about whether to travel on or to stay camped up here for the day out of the rain. In the end we decided to just keep going so we didn't even leave Gordon Bay till around 10.30am. We drove through Lake Cowichan on our way & had a look there, not too much to see... We had also planned on stopping in at Chemainus again to stroll around and properly check ...
*** To place this in context and view the timeline, begin by clicking on 'About This Blog' *** Saturday, 17 November 2012 The good thing about the steady 'West Coast Rain', as I remember, is that it never really down pours. It is harder than a 'Cornish Mist' but softer than an 'Algonquin Park Thunder Storm'. So although it is a little harder to get started in the morning, the plan was to keep riding ...