Day two of my Humboldt Redwood State Park exploration took me to several interesting places. First on my list was to see if the Gould Barns still existed. The three volunteers at the visitor center claimed they didn’t exist until I showed them the guide book and then they looked them up on their map and saw them indicated. By the time I found the trailhead it was too late to start the hike since it is 4 miles in and drops 1800 ft in elevation. Getting there is easy. Getting back is the tough part. I’m still trying to decide how much I really need to see two old barns. Next I visited the Five Allens trail which, according to the book, has a small waterfall. Not at this time of the year. But I can say I’ve hiked underneath Hwy 101 now since the trail passes through a tunnel underneath the highway. Next I went to find Larabee, a town more remote than Shively. The only access to Larabee is over a small cement bridge. The bridge is permanent, but the Eel has to be very low before you could cross over it. In Larabee I found this trestle, built in 1910. I sure hope they get the trains running again up here, because it would be a very scenic trip, and a wonderful way to see some of the backwoods.