Day 9 - part 3

Redwood National Park Travel Blog

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    Redwoods National & State Parks, be on the lookout for 3 lovely voyagers that would dazzle your world with vivid colors!

    Wanna know something extraordinary?! Somewhere along on Route 101, (toward Redwoods NP) five beauteous, magnanimous creatures were grazing on a front lawn of someone's home. The mere sight of the elks was breathtaking!

    Pulling off the highway, it was an idea to check out the coastal drive, yet it turned out to be an RV park. There, the host suggested that we check out some of the sites/groves in Redwood and recommended an ideal place/town for us to snooze the night away. It is believed that the name of the RV Park was Klamath Lake RV Park and it is very melodious.

    The day was approaching to its darkness and it was time for us to wind down. Alongside the road, the gigantic, colorful statue of Paul Bunyan and his Blue Ox caught our eyes. Having the moment to investigate the sightings and the museum, Trees of Mystery, we came to a decision to stay for the night at the Motel Trees across the street. The motel was designed and shaped into letter “M” from the view above.  
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