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Hwy 101 and Hwy 1, the Pacific Coast highways, have been falling apart lately. I was told, before coming, that multiple parts had collapsed and there was no way through without detour; I came anyway…. gotta see for myself. Turns … Continue reading
From Trinity through Humboldt; the Redwoods stretch across an impressive span. I finally exit, and find myself in a tiny little town by the name of Westport. Cute, no?
When I travel, I occasionally will stop at roadside attractions/tourist traps; just because. As I traveled through all of Northern California’s Redwoods, I saw multiple big/giant/humongous tress and 3 or 4 different “world famous drive thru” trees (as advertised). As … Continue reading
As I moved deeper into Humboldt, the Redwood forests thickened and became even more magnificent. All the same, I knew these woods already, and camping roadside can get tricky, so I didn’t spend a lot of time here.
The road beckons, it is time to move on. I entered the Samoa region via Arcata, drove all the way through, and exited via Indian Island towards Eureka. Indian Island doesn’t have a great history, as it was where the 1860 Wiyot Massacre occurred. These days … Continue reading
From the areas surrounding Samoa…
I spent a few days on the strip of land west of Arcata/Eureka, between the ocean and a bay; Samoa is one of the few small towns there. All else is open land, ocean, industry and beautiful desolation. The town … Continue reading
Manila is tiny decentralized town surrounded by a bay on one side and the ocean on another, located west of Hwy 101, between Arcata and Eureka, on Hwy 255. I stayed in the area a few days, exploring the surrounding … Continue reading
I’ve done the drive from Crescent City to the Trinity Redwoods more times than I can count, so I zipped through this part fairly quickly. There are a slew of roadside attractions marking entry to Redwood country, and they continue … Continue reading