We enjoyed our two nights at the Cher-Ae Casino in Trinidad, CA, a cute little town with a population of 350 located on a picturesque harbor.
Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse, a replica of the original Trinidad Head Lighthouse to honor those lost at sea.
We hiked the loop trail on Trinidad Head, the 360’ high promontory that’s the backdrop for the town.
Fellow hiker, Puffin. What part of “Dogs must be on leash” don’t people understand? Honestly, we don’t care, but she wasn’t real good about staying close to her owner.
Jim’s very sweet nurse at the ER the other night told us we must drive along the scenic road past the casino for some great views of the coast and access to the beach where she likes to surf. So we did.
We stopped at one of the overlooks and looked down to see this. Yikes!! He appeared to be the only person on this section of the beach.
It rained a little yesterday morning but it appeared to be clearing up, so we decided to move on another 44 miles north on 101 to Chinook RV Resort in Klamath, CA. It was another lovely drive along the coast, and we saw a herd of elk along the way.
They are charging a special off season rate of $15/night. Full hookups, cable, free but slow WiFi, and a laundry room.
With the added bonus of a riverside site.
We’re just two miles from the Klamath River Overlook, where we accessed the Coastal Trail yesterday afternoon for a great hike. But I’ll save that for later. Oh, and if anyone is wondering, Jim is feeling almost back to normal so I hid the rest of the Valium.