David Johnson's Travel Blog
Bicycle Trip 1999
Okefenokee 2002
Anza-Borrego 2003
Texas 2003
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Sequoia National Park 2004
Hiking Florida 2005
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09/22  Plan B, Part 2
09/23  Canaveral National Seashore -- Freaky People
09/24  Seminole State Forest
09/25  Swimming in Pepsi
09/26  Arachnids
09/27  The End Of The Trail
09/28  Go West Young Man
09/29  Mountains in Arkansas? Who knew?
09/30  Kansas ain't so flat
10/01  Two Kinds of Flat
10/02  Points of Interest
10/03  No Place To Hide
10/04  Look! Grass!
10/05  Everyone repeat after me: Medo is not a jeep.
10/06  Without Incident
10/07  The Fever
10/08  Goodbye, Black Hills
10/09  Lunch with Bison
10/10  ''You're in Oregon Now.''
10/11  Sea to Shining Sea
10/12  My anemone's anemone is my friend.
10/13  Fast Times at Seven-Thousand Feet High
10/14  Redwoods and Grapes
10/15  Welcome to the Jungle
10/16  I live to move furniture.
10/17  Whole Lot of Critters
10/18  Deserts
10/19  ''Please state your nationality''
10/20  Essence of Guano
10/21  Cannonball
10/22  All Done
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Wisconsin Bicycle Trip 2011
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Nomadic 2013
Liverworks Productions
Texas Pig Hunting
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Biking West 2015
Chickens and Pheasants 2016
Biking About 2016
New Zealand 2016
Kayak Trip 2017

Redwoods and Grapes


Somewhere North of San Francisco (38.662 N, 122.279 W)It took me two hours to find a place to park for the night, so I'm a little cranky.

I plugged back into 101, today, and drove South through California. This stretch is where the redwoods are. (It's also where the elk are, but I'm growing weary of that particular critter. They're like the alligators of Florida, insomuch as they're everywhere.) The redwood are spread throughout a number of State Parks as well as Redwood National Park, which I visited. I undertook a short hike to study the giants up close. What can I say? Redwoods are big--really, really big.

Driving South and then leaving 101 to find a place to hole up for the night, I somehow found myself in the Napa Valley. Here you can see grape vines--a whole lot of grape vines.

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