Wednesday, July 12, 2006

A Few Photos From The Coast.

Lindsey, Camie and I went to Crescent City and Eureka a couple of weeks ago. The photo ops in that area are uncountable.

This rustic, abandoned old house is on the road along the mouth of the Klamath River in Humboldt County. If you look at the upstairs bedroom windows, you can see a bedpost still sitting in a bedroom.

A couple of big Roosevelt Elk bucks, along the road in Patrick's Point State Park. The northern California coast is the last range for wild Roosevelt Elk in North America.

Crescent City seen from a vista point just south of the town. You can see the harbor, the long beach, and the pelican filled rocks at the far left tip of town. Pelican Bay state prison is just north of town, so named for the numerous pelicans in the area.