During my grandparent's visit, we spent some time exploring Northern California. There was a special area of the Redwoods Casey and I liked to visit, Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park.
While canoeing on the Buffalo River we met a couple who told us about a trail they had hiked. They said it had a few caves and a waterfall, and that a secret cave was hidden behind a waterfall.
Our family came to visit us from Illinois. During their visit we drove down to Northern California to camp in the redwoods. The Damnation Creek Trail was recommended by the Park Ranger at our campsite. It is a longer, more strenuous hike, that leads to a rocky beach. We were promised that this beach was... Continue Reading →
Eagle Creek Trail has been described as one of Oregon's most spectacular paths. There are multiple waterfalls along the trail. It can be quite the thrill walking along the cliff ledges. The gem of this hike was the 120 foot waterfall, with a tunnel behind it (also with a bare cliff ledge to walk on).... Continue Reading →
Being new to Oregon means unfamiliar trails and parks. Casey and I want to explore different parts of Oregon. So, we bought a book to help us find trails. It has information that says how many miles a trail is, what to expect on the trail, and even directions to find the trailhead. For the weekend we decided that we... Continue Reading →