These are only brief shots of our drive up until this morning. A lot has happened since we left Portland and the sun is out down here in Fort Bragg, CA. Tonight we will sleep beside the ocean south of here, not far from the Kruse Rhododendron Reserve, and tomorrow we’ll be in San Francisco taking in a nursery and two gardens. I just cannot get enough of this place and its amazing botanical bounty.
Sorry for the brevity, but campgrounds in California appear unequipped with plugs unlike my yurts back home. Blogging from cafés is so distracting too.
|Sedum spathulifolium var spathulifolium.|
|Siskiyou iris Iris bracteata.|
|The campground is inside of a stand of old trees.|
|I couldn’t wait to see the river but was slowed down by all of the native plants along the path down to the river.|
|Pacific Ninebark Physocarpus capitatus.|
|This is the lock on the bear locker. You have to have small paws to open it and you must keep all of your food in this when you are not around. The garbage cans have special looks too.|
|The view from our campsite this morning as I had my coffee.|