Alan Parker Scheffer
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Gorgeous pictures from start to finish! I voted for you, if you have a minute, check out my book Woman and vote for it if you like it.
Alan - the photos bring back lots of memories of Requa Retreats! You did a great job -- love the photo with the curvy trees!
Outstanding photos! We enjoyed a spectacular sunrise at the Requa in early October of this year. When the sun touched the waters of the Klamath, fingers of mist rose as if in praise of all its surroundings. This is truly a special place. Outta this world breakfast!
Alan -- looks like a beautiful stay...! Love the ocean photo section -- it is my favorite part!! If you get a chance, check out the honeymoon experience my husband and I had by viewing my book in the travel section entitled, "Underneath the Caribbean Moon." :-)
Very beautiful photographs! Our visit to the inn this Spring was relaxing after spending the day at Prairie Creek Redwood park. The large breakfast was wonderful! Everyone was very kind and helpful.
Our family used to enjoy fishing vacations at Dad’s Camp, a Yurok Indian run camp site at the mouth of the Klamath River, back in the 80’s. On days when the salmon fishing was restricted, we would drive over to the Requa Inn for a great breakfast and then spend the day wandering about the area. Just this last June, on our way back down the coast from a trip to Canada, we stopped overnight at the Inn. What a pleasant walk down memory lane! Dad’s Camp is long gone, but the Requa Inn is as good as ever.
Alan has done a fine job of showing the area in all of its splendor! If you have the opportunity to visit, jump on it. You will not be disappointed!
What a Lovely Place to Stay. Alan has Captured the Beauty of the Inn and the Area. I would recommend this Inn to all who venture to the area. Barb and Dave are delightful Inn Keepers and the atmosphere is very welcoming and inviting.