Friday, September 25, 2015

Trees Of Mystery - Klamath, CA

This place was always so much fun to go to. Trees Of Mystery in Klamath, CA was always a "must stop" when Ben and I were in northern California. It has a self-guided tour of some very unusual trees. There is also a great museum and gift shop and across the street was a neat little place to eat called the Forest Cafe. The inside of the cafe is decorated like a forest. One side of the room makes it appear that you are dining under water. The food was always really good too.

Friday, September 18, 2015

Palco Lumber Company - Scotia, CA

Ben and I would always visit the Pacific Lumber Company (Palco) in Scotia, CA. They used to have a self-guided tour and we would doe the tour every time we were in that area. Scotia is a small company-owned town with a great museum and quaint little houses that all look exactly alike. The lumber company closed down a few years back.

Friday, September 11, 2015

Old Town Eureka, CA

Another one of Ben's and my favorite spots. This is Old Town Eureka, CA. We would park on one of the side streets and walk around town and then down to the boat dock. Was always so nice and quiet there. Not the hustle and bustle of southern California.

Friday, September 4, 2015

The Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse - Trinidad, CA

This was always one of Ben's and my favorite places when we would visit the north coast of California. Trinidad, CA is a tiny town along Hwy. 101 in Humboldt County. It is just 23 miles north of Eureka, CA. We would go there and walk down to the beach or we'd sit on the cliff near the lighthouse overlooking the bay. Such a beautiful place.