Navigating The Amazing Trip Of Life With Our Amazing Triplets ... And Their Amazing Little Brother
okay... rethinking this, as I see you are more costal. I vote northern CA to be with Charlie's family for the new year. I vote with Gracie to get the cat :)
looks like Marin County to me.
let me guess...NEW YORK? SUFFOLK COUNTY? =/
well, that's definitely NOT vegas! lol.
Well considering you are passing the Golden Gate Bridge I would have to assume you are in Marin County or further up..?
What a fun trip.Is that the Golden Gate Bridge?Of course we see the Pacific Ocean.Can't tell about the tree. Is it a deciduous pine of some sort?Enjoy your vacation.
I figure you are 500 miles from home. The shore looks like northern California, however it looks a lot like the Oregon Coast line, also. The beaten up old building looks very like what we see here in the "wilds of Oregon". But I don't think you drove far enough to get to Oregon.Another thought is that it could be a large lake--Salt Lake? Well, I'll wait and see what we learn.
eucalyptus! Marin? Dinosaur poop?
Oh wait! I see wine?! Grapes:)
Sonoma County! My home town :) beautiful place, have fun!
Marin County 1st guessSonoma couty -- 2nd guess
You're in wine country! Napa Valley?
You are in Northern Ca. Those are grapes in the backyard. It is BEAUTIFUL there.
over the bay bridge to S.F; past the SF opera house, Golden Gate bridge, Pacific Ocean, grapes growing in your yard, you're in Mendocino County..have fun...just in time for crab season.
I'm voting Mendocino as well... I recognize the Bay Bridge and the sf skyline in the earlier pics. Looks like fun!
You are in Sonoma County (near me). Not sure what kind of geologic formation that is, but I am guessing Goat's Rock Beach (had my engagement pix done there years ago) Have a GREAT TRIP! BTW Your kids would LOVE the new CA Academy of Science in SF.Cali
San Andreas fault line? Oooh, do tell please geologist!
Redwood trees and grapes, Sonoma County, San Andreas fault line