Friday, October 3, 2008

Klamath Area Drives, Klamath, California


It rained for the second day in a row today, so we decided to take a couple recommended drives. The first drive was just north of Klamath, on Requa Road, to the Klamath Overlook. This was a drive through a very recent small forest fire, and there were beautiful views were of the Pacific Ocean.

The second drive was on Klamath Beach Road which took us to the mouth of the Klamath River. From this vantage point you can see where the river meets the ocean, and if you look closely, you can even see the fishing nets the Yurok Tribe uses to catch the salmon as they make their way up the river to spawn.

As we continued on 101 south, we saw a herd of elk in a pasture – one lucky bull elk and his harem of about 20-30 females. The bull elk was definitely trying to find some action, we even heard him bugling, but the females would have nothing to do with him. Overall, we'd recommend both of these drives for their beautiful views.

We’ve posted pictures of the Redwoods today, so enjoy!

Brad still waits to see the elusive Bigfoot…………

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hi guys,

I left a comment in another area and forgot to list my name. duh! I'm too used to MySpace doing that stuff for me!!

Have been looking thru your pics and blog....awesome stuff!! I'm jealous. You guys are living the good life, for sure!! Can't wait to see more,

Denise

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