Not many roads are as slow, clumsy, and at times frustrating, then the strip of concrete called Highway 1. Often trekked in lavish campers piloted by a geriatric demographic, vehicles are constantly on the brink of spilling off the side of it’s 100+ foot cliffs into the frigid ocean below. The razor back turns and single lane width’s leave knuckles white and stomachs dropping, as automobiles and motorcycles navigate potential death from the occasional veteran logger transporting tons and tons of timber. However, nothing less would be expected for the reward of the view after every life taking turn.


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North With Amanda Booth
North With Amanda Booth
North With Amanda Booth