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... dangerous, sea animals that inhabited the waters at that time. There are many different species, most noticeably the orders Plesiosauria and Ichthyosauria. Probably, the most noticeable of the plesiosaurs is Elasmosaurus platyurus, or Elasmosaurus. Its neck is over half of the length of its body. A usual adult Elasmosaurus is about 46 feet long, and its neck is about 26 feet long. Its head was quite small compared to the ...
... and we were off again. The coast road today was blue sky, no mist, but as usual a bit brisk, but if you like riding twisty roads this is a cracker. Onward via Fort Bragg (not the military Fort Bragg) and Leggett, through some redwood forests.
The we hit the Avenue of the Giants just out of Leggett and followed the Redwood Highway that criss crosses the 101. These forests are full of Giant Redwood, there are several places ...
... br> An example I can remember off hand is a panhandlers sign. Written on cardboard, it read:
WHY LIE??? NEED MONEY FOR BEER.
AND I'M TOO UGLY TO HOOK
We are both battling head colds and the like at the moment so heading south towards Napa Valley and the wine region should give us a boost. I am feeling better than Monica because, I believe, I am sampling many of the craft beers they brew in this region. Excellent stuff.
... far from Costco but it is a weird location. We drive over a bridge or two and along some very dark roads We don't see lights anywhere around us. there are no houses or street lights and we are in the middle of nowhere but the GPS assures us we are in the right ...
... frogs just around where the creek comes in. The kids are keen to see them – they are hard to spot, but we see a few. I’m concerned that they are going to slip and get their clothes all muddy with how excited they are, but thankfully we all manage to stay clean and dry.
Back in the car, we continue to head north, now we are on Highway 101, the “Redwood Highway”. And yes, there are plenty of redwoods! ...
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