Pacific Coast Highway.

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Highway 1, The Pacific Coast Highway, runs damn near the entire length of California, but there is one stretch in particular that is famously a test of fortitude. The twisty two lane length of road from just south of Carmel to San Simeon is the longest ninety miles you’ll see in the US, especially around Big Sur. It scares people, and rightly so, as the rains annually wash away parts of it down sheer cliff drops into the rocky sea. Every time I’ve taken it you always end up losing people who have to pull over for awhile to gather themselves. I love this highway.

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Carmel Mission

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Bixby Bridge

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Welcome to Ragged Point! You made it!

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IMG_6171 Wild zebras of Hearst Castle

Elephant seals are in season at San Simeon
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