The kinetic sculpture race is an annual tradition and it involves racing man-made vehicles that are human-powered and can not only traverse cement but sand and water and dead man's drop as well. Here a couple gypsies clink swords victoriously after cycling up a particularly difficult slope (while each puffed a joint) for the beach portion of the race.
Seals and sea lions are such playful creatures! Spotting one in the bay brings such joy.
This lonely red caboose stirs the imagination. It is usually surrounded by Roosevelt Elk that graze by highway 101 going North.
This foot trail in Petrolia, surrounded by the most extraordinary wildflowers, leads to a secluded beach.
The people here are very passionate and protests are a daily affair. I've seen this sign at multiple events, whether or not it's related to what is being protested.

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