Last weekend, Chris and I drove the PCH to San Francisco so that he could attend a conference. We stopped for lunch at Café Kevah and were treated to this view.
I moved to California earlier this year, which gave my mother an excuse to visit. I’m finally getting around to posting photos from her trip, which I’ll tag “Mom’s First Visit.”
On Saturday, Chris and I drove the northern portion of the PCH between Leggett and San Francisco. On our way there, we stopped at Russian River Brewing in Santa Rosa and discovered an art-deco Barnes & Noble, and visited the Drive-Thru Tree Park.
Once we finally reached the coast, we were treated to views like these along the 400-mile journey:
On the way to start a recent drive along the PCH, Chris and I came across the Drive-Thru Tree Park in Leggett, CA. As the name implies, it’s a park containing a tree with a space cut for vehicles to pass through it.
The tree is referred to as the “Chandelier Tree” owing to the appearance of its upper branches.