This one campground we stayed at, right on the coast, had the cat pictured here hanging around the large open space and she was constantly catching mice. It was unbelievable, I saw her catch no less than about 4 mice in the short time I was observing her. Plus there was a large wooden post that had been scratched down almost halfway by this cats claws, impressive.
Our paths end and my journey continues south November 16th 2015 As we took another steady day going south, around 40 miles of only a few hills we passed through a town called Garberville which was full of young people looking to work on weed plantations and earn some fast bucks. Some of these plantations had reputations of being run by Mexican gangs and supposedly treated the workers pretty badly, not paying them properly or at all and giving them squalid livi ... read more
North America » United States » California » Fort Bragg Britain's American colonies broke with the mother country in 1776 and were recognized as the new nation of the United States of America following the Treaty of Paris in 1783. During the 19th and 20th centuries, 37 new states were added to the origina... ... read more
The reason we travel is the reason for life itself, no matter even if we do it to escape lifes bigger questions the nature of traversing the world is that the mystery becomes a better lens to see reality through as we become mysterious even to ourselves. When you have left your home, family and old life behind and set a course with destiny as your guide you open yourself to the new and the old will inevitably drop away and we can wonder if as human beings we are meant for one place, one tribe, one way of doing things. What happens when you start identifying with people from the opposite side... full info