I’ve been trying so hard to journal our trip that I forgot to talk about the fun.
I love to photograph flowers and you’ll see them here and there in out log, but this was a fun item. Just picture a six inch banana slug. TaDa!
This cute critter was at the base of a tree in Jedediah Smith Campground.
I keep looking around to avoid anything else, but saw nothing creepy.
We stopped at a lighthouse and walked up to the front. It’s privately owned but still in operation.
The tide comes in and cuts them off from the beach. Ah, what a life.
I thought I had strange moments but we passed a
happy young man attempting to catch a wild gopher. Because it was fast.
Our campsite was really nice. The forest pressed close, with the silence of large trees and undergrowth so thick it was impossible to see a path through.
On the Klamath River’s former bridge, Keeno found another bear statue. Makes me hope he has more brains with a real bear.
Stay with us as we journey. We’re having fun.
6 thoughts on “Time to relax by Barbara Edwards”
This is where I grew up! I went to high school in Crescent City and lived in Gasquet. Drove by Jed Smith campground most every day. The lighthouse in your picture is actually featured in the book I’m just finishing, the 3rd one in my suspense series. Very cool. Glad you’re enjoying yourself.
What a small world. I love the area, but would worry about storms.
You almost…not quite…but almost make me want to be in that camper driving around. I know you’re having a great time, and oh the memories you’ll have to remember and recall and talk about.
Thanks for the photos–that’s what I love to see.
Pretty soon I’ll share the addy for my photo site. Wait until you see them. Thank goodness I didn’t have to pay for developing.
Completely lovely. Enjoy!
I’m so excited I forget. Thanks.