Year 2017


Yaquina Head

The main thing about the Yaquina Head is the Lighthouse, but it has the followings: Tidepools Trails Interpretive center History Yaquina head is a narrow coastal headland formed by ancient lava flows. It has a mile-long pathway into the open sea and a mile-long pathway into the open sea for 4,000 years.  […]


Avenue of the Giants

This is a scenic highway in northern California running thru the Humboldt Redwoods State Park. It is part of the old alignment of the U.S. Route 101. It is a two lane highway Founder’s Grove This consists of a ½ mile tour of the grove where you will see the […]


Clear Lake, California

According to Wikipedia, this is Clear Lake: This is a natural freshwater lake located in Northern California. It has 68 square miles of surface area. It is known as the Bass Capital of the West.  The warm water of Clear Lake makes it popular for watersports Swimming water skiing Wakeboarding […]


Oregon Trip Day 6, July 4, 2017

The Fourth of July, America’s Birthday was spent in Lincoln City, Oregon. We did the following: Flower Garden Went to  Connie Hansen Garden This was an interesting place to go. We saw some pretty good plants to look at. [Best_Wordpress_Gallery id=”32″ gal_title=”Oregon Trip 2017, Day 6, Part 1″] Christmas in […]


Oregon Trip, Day 3, July 1, 2017

Saturday, July 1 we left Eureka and I didn’t find Sheriff Carter. On our way out of town, we stopped by the Fort Humboldt Visitor Center which was built to make railroad ties from the redwoods. [Best_Wordpress_Gallery id=”22″ gal_title=”Oregon Trip 2017, Day 3, Part 1″] Trinidad Lighthouse After that, we […]