Travels with Tucker

Travels with Tucker

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Moving South!

Having poked to within about 20 miles of Oregon, we have now firmly turned south for the winter. Though it is still warm and nice up here now, we know that will change and head with our noses pointed toward San Diego, about 800 miles away.

We are staying for a few days at Richardson Grove State Park, where we can camp right within this little old-growth redwood forest.  We hiked (more like wandered) through the trees for a while this afternoon and look forward to nachos in the trailer for dinner.  Tomorrow we have a pretty long driving day to Olema, near Pt. Reyes National Seashore, which is only an hour north of San Francisco.  We'll see Jeff and Katie and spend some time in the wine country before heading to the southern half of the California coast.

Sometimes you see some funny (not intentionally) signs in the parks

1 comment:

  1. Your shared blog information is very interesting. I did not get a chance to visit the Richardson Grove State Park but my uncle visited last year. He told me it is the most beautiful park in Califrnia. It is well known in the world due to its redwood trees. You can enjoy their hiking. It is also the best place to enjoy with family and Picnics. After reading your blog and heard the experience of my uncle I have decided to visit it after my american east coast tours.