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... of days have been in the high 80's/low 90's and sunny.
It seems the more south we head the crazier the California drivers get. I can say we are now starting to experience CRAZIER California drivers. The roads continue to be extreme - ascending/descending/switchbacks/figure 8's, etc. It keeps me on my toes - someone has to watch Bruce. Bruce says that I'm the one doing all the driving and ...
... to look over the trees- Awesome as they say in these parts. We met a couple of Canadians who were cycling from near Portland, Or to San Francisco. No mean feat given I am sure they were older than us. One was very interested in the Referendum given his Scottish Roots. We then hit a patch of coastal fog which soon disappeared, but tonight after dinner it came in again and we were mighty glad of our jumpers. A total of 209 miles ...
... we have a draft party at our house with a bloody bar and the nacho cheese machine but it was going to be different this year, up until a couple of weeks prior we were unsure where we would even be drafting from. The draft took way too long, as usual, so we were not readly to leave the house until mid aftenoon. Once we did leave we headed out to play a round of disc at the local course, grabbed some beer and then headed back to Bjorn’s to shower and ...
... amongst the trees you're flip flopping between state and national park. Most importantly is that those remaining have protection. They are quite stunning to see standing right underneath one.
Thanks to a stop in a visitor center, a park ranger gave us a heads up that the gray whales are migrating right now and might be seen at a point some 20 miles further up the road. We made this our last stop in the park and were not disappointed! Winding our way up ...
... heard that a town I passed by the other day supposedly has more tramps in it then residents right now! It's really cool to finally see that all the hitchhikers and train hoppers that I read about, do actually exist. I finished up my day hike in the secluded and peaceful redwoods, then it was back on the road. I was still pushing to get to the national park another 100ish miles north. To my amazement the first car that picked me up was driven by a ...