We drove to various rocky beaches, picked living delicious things, blew bubbles, went into book shops and wandered around Emily’s new environment.
The coast blanketed itself in fog, shrouding intermittently the outcrops and cliffs that make up this area. Eureka proved to be an odd town- some parts magnificent, the Historic District gorgeous- while others were more ramshackle. At night the view from the hotel was gorgeous. I liked how cool the nights were- it was relaxing, calming.
I’d very much like to go back and camp in the Redwoods and explore the coast some more- someday!
I enjoyed your great photos. They had a lot of life in them.