|Trillium's were blooming on the damp forest floor.|
The final photo in this blog is of the rugged northern California coast. Although there are protected coves and a few long sandy stretches, such as the views of Agate Beach in the blog labelled Fern Canyon and Patrick's Point, most of the region is rocky, rough and more like this view.
The ceanothus was blooming, the blue flowering bush in the foreground from this view from the Luffenholtz Beach overlook. Storms have washed this staircase out as well as the one at Patrick's Point. The beach is no longer accessible. Back in my college days this was a favorite spot for collecting driftwood for making mobiles and sand castles to decorate dorms.
|View of the Humboldt County coast from Luffenholtz, south of Trinidad.|