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... a small church with a 47-foot tower, and the original lens is still in use today. The Point Arena Lighthouse, built in 1908, is a 115-foot tower that replaced an earlier structure destroyed in the 1906 earthquake. This tower is the tallest lighthouse along the California coast, and the rocks and crashing waves below its prominent point are awesome. The elevation in ...
... rascally raccoons who seemed completely unfazed by us! Even us throwing chunks of firewood at them! They used every stealth technique in the book in trying to get into our food - including using Tonka as camouflage! Sadly (for them) we chased them away and they went onwards to terrorise our neighbours.
Next day we hit the road to Fort Bragg - famous for its Glass Beach! I first saw a photo of this beach on the 'Earth Story' ...
... fits no problem.
The 2nd tree in Leggett was much better but both a little commercial with entrance fees.
Fun never the less. The driver of the SUV was an off-duty California Highway Patrol Officer. I emailed him the photo after and we exchanged a ...
... most of the time they share common walls.
We crossed the Golden Gate Bridge and then continued through Sausalito.
We picked up California # 1 as soon as possible and followed the coastline. We passed by Muir Woods but did not stop as we had toured this Park with our sons when they were teens.
The distinct smell of this forest permeated the car as we ...
... the northern California and southern Oregon coast with the blue water, the pounding waves and the rocky and craggy shoreline. We also, just simply enjoyed sitting on the beach while the kids played and dug in the sand and smelling the crisp salty air.
After spending some very relaxing and soothing time on the beach, we headed back to camp for dinner and bed. Tomorrow we are off to see the Redwood trees in Redwood National Park. ...