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If you are on a road trip, like we were and happen to be driving on this highway of redwoods-- check out this World's famous tree house (that we actually passed and then decided to go back and check it out, because when else if...More
We stopped and it's a little gift shop that smells of mold run by a little oriental lady who speaks some broken english. She told the family ahead of us the story of how lighting struck the tree and hollowed it out teacher came along...More
If you happen to be traveling on the Highway of the Giants, it is certainly worth a quick stop. The interior of the house is full of complex mechanical toys and interesting junk. I would rather see it furnished and looking more like a house....More
The beauty of the California coastline is unsurpassed in the world. I loved seeing San Simeon--Hearst Castle up high on a hill and then getting to go visit it. But, my favorite things were the otters and seals in the ocean--some .just had pups. Also...More
We stopped by having seen this in 2004 and were disappointed to see the whole operation is closed. It looks like the tree is still solid and can still be seen close up, but no inside tour. What a shame as this could be a...More
Like the nearby "One Log House," somebody having scraped out a "home" inside a single tree (this one, at least, is still vertical and still living) might have wowed folks back in the 1950s a lot more than today, but it's still worth stopping to...More
This place can be passed by, but it was only $2 apiece to get in and I suppose it is worth it. Why not?! The one room is a hollowed out section of a redwood tree, that is still growing. That is what fascinated us....More