The trip from Trinidad to Klamath, CA was a short, easy 37 miles though it took a little over an hour due to a fifteen minute wait for construction on the Klamath River Bridge just a mile from the campground. The views on the trip were much of the same but we have included a few pictures anyway.
We are staying at Klamath's Camper Corral River Beach Resort. I don't know about the resort part but it is a nice campground with a lot of amenities for those that have children: a pool; lots of outside games such as horseshoes, tether bsll, etc.; a nice game room with several games such as a pool table, video arcade games, and table tennis; exercise room; and a lot of other stuff we don't use! They don't have 50 amp hookups, just 30, which we would like so we don't worry about flipping the breaker when we turn a few things on at a time. They also have side by side hookups which we hate. Luckily it wasn't too crowded and they try to space everyone out and we never had anyone hooked up next to us. We do have full hookups and a clear shot to the satellite. Verizon is OK but not the best - no 4G for the MiFi, just 3G - the pictures took quite a while to upload!
Wednesday we made the trip through Crescent City and then to Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park, JSRSP on our picture captions. It is also part of the Redwoods National Park, like Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park was, but has a much better collection of old growth trees in our opinion. There were more large trees here than we have seen so far and they were grouped together. It wasn't just one or two huge trees amongst a bunch of smaller trees but very thick with large trees throughout the groves. We walked two trails - the Reed Simpson Grove and the Stout Memorial Grove. They were both very nice walks through the redwoods and great exercise. Doris is doing really well with the trails. We just hope the Oregon roads are much better and less bumpy than the California ones as that is where she has the most problems.
Of course Thursday was the Fourth of July and we just stayed in the campground the rest of the week to avoid the holiday madness! Tomorrow, we finally get out of California and get into Oregon with our first stop at Brookings, another short drive.