Early this morning, we hit the road! Up the 101, we decided on a completely different cross- the -state- going- east road, the 198. The 198 is just north of Mission San Miguel and Paso Robles.
Farms in fog…
Still on the 198.
Priest Valley Road: a nice windy, curvy road in Central California. Good for a Miata.
Moss on a post.
Mighty oaks and Spanish moss (really a bromeliad). At Coalinga, we went North, again. Coalinga got its name from early coaling stations in California. It was the site of Coaling Station A.
On the I – 5 towards Mt. Shasta…
Siskiyou Wilderness area.
Hello, Medford, Oregon! Almost 650 miles today! And it was beautiful.
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