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... they are all below, just kidding. On the trail two young women were taking turns taking pictures of themselves against a giant tree. I offered to take a picture of them together. I saw an older couple walking up the trail and told the women that I took a picture of the older couple, that was what the young women wanted, correct? They said yes and chuckled.
... cultural resources, portions of rivers and other streams, and 37 miles (60 km) of pristine coastline. --wikipedia
The Redwood tree, a cousin to its more inland and southern counterpart the Sequoia, is the taller of the two, in fact the tallest species of trees in the world. The Sequoia although shorter, takes the claim to be the biggest of trees in the world. Redwoods require the moisture of the coast to grow, while Sequoias need a ...
... 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 ...
... plain superb.
I wish I could remember even one tenth of their names, but I can't and won't try.
If you are a plant/flower lover, I highly recommend this tour if you are anywhere near Humboldt State University. It's first class.
Jan, Dolly and Chi Chi