The Adventure Continues… Confusion Hill
If this week’s Memory Monday post happened to inspire you for a trip north along California’s Highway 101 to the redwoods of Mendocino County, you might want to watch for Confusion Hill, located about halfway between Leggett and Piercy. Some parts of this classic roadside attraction are fairly hokey, but it’s also full of unique and beautiful sights, along with plenty of redwood history. In this hour-long episode of Road Trip, Huell rides backwards on a train and becomes awestruck at the Gravity House. He has so much fun, I’m seriously thinking of putting this spot on my list of must-see places.
Join Huell at this old fashioned roadside attraction that features a ‘gravity house’ where water flows uphill, a mini train ride through the ancient forest, the largest freestanding redwood chainsaw carving in the world, and the redwood shoehouse! But its not just fun and games, this spot has some pioneering history as well! UPDATE: Since Huell’s visit Confusion Hill has been officially named a “California State Point of Historic Interest”… Check it out for yourself.