From the bloggers at Gypsy Journal:
We had a short trip in terms of miles yesterday, but it wasn’t a fast one. We left the Elks lodge campground in Eureka, Calif., stopped for fuel, and then took U.S. Highway 101 north for 115 miles.
As it is through much of northern California, some parts of the highway are divided four lane road, with the requisite construction zones, and other sections are rather narrow two lane. And all of the sharp curves along the way keep anybody driving a big rig on their toes.
In Klamath, we passed the Trees of Mystery, a popular attraction where visitors are greeted by 49 foot tall Paul Bunyan and Babe, his trusty Blue Ox. At 35 feet tall to the tip of its horns and weighing 30,000 pounds, Babe is no baby!
To read more about Gypsy Journal’s trip through northern California and enjoy lots of pictures, click here.