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Foggy On the Other Side of the Bluff1726 viewsThat fog is there (and only there) most of the summer, that's why it's called Sunny Fortuna.
Salt Point, Mendocino County1265 views
Salt Point, Mendocino County1147 viewsDramatic jutting of striated sedimentary rock. It tells many stories.
Arroyo Seco1429 viewsWith the heavy spring rains the Arroyo Seco bursts into bloom. The eroded rock formations surrounding the valley are very unusual and remind one of giant sculptures. The sparsely visited Arroyo Seco River valley is located on the inland side of the California coastal range just below Big Sur and directly behind 5000-foot-high Cone Peak. Mission San Antonio is a short distance away and was part of the California mission system working its way north to the port of Monterey. The best time to visit the Arroyo Seco is in the spring when temperatures are cool. Opening day of trout season on the Arroyo Seco River is usually around the first of May and was the original reason for this first visit.
Redwood Rivulet1453 views
Rain Forest1287 viewsAlong the Avenue of the Giants a little bit south of Pepperwood
Patrick's Point 1920s1146 views
Pacific Sunset1937 viewsPhoto courtesy of Mike Johnson.
Patrick's Point3116 views
Patrick's Point 19952976 viewsViggo Andersen most likely had no idea he'd soon make history in America when he left his family's home in Germany following World War I -- but he did just that as the first ranger/caretaker of Patrick's Point State Park north of Trinidad.
The decision to leave his home wasn't an easy one, but ... continued here
photo by Bob von Normann
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