Day 19 – Oregon-a-go-go

Another day of travel, but we had many adventures along the way.

We saw many beautiful parts of the Oregon coast today.

And, beautiful gardens!

Then, we crossed over to California to the beautiful redwoods. We stopped at the redwood park and saw some breathtaking sights.

We had some adventures climbing up through the trees and taking a gondola up to the treetops.

Last of all, a walk through the tall tale forest.


  • Daddy Brock check-in
    • Rose: Redwoods
    • Thorn: People who don’t give you space while in line. I liked that rule long before COVID.
  • Daddy John check-in
    • Rose: Walking through the redwoods canopy
    • Thorn: Saying goodbye to Oregon
  • Olivia check-in
    • Rose: Riding the gondola through the trees.
    • Thorn: Fog
  • Toby check-in
    • Rose: I ate all of Olivia’s Mac and cheese. All.
    • Thorn: They left me in the car while a giant blue Ox tormented me from outside the car.
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One Response to “Day 19 – Oregon-a-go-go”
  1. Pat Knight says:

    Beautiful! We’ve actually been there and it was amazing.

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