More Lost Coast views - Northern California
Was waiting on the fog to break and hopefully create some atmosphere, luckily it did! It sure didn't look like it was going to break, it was cold and grey a few minutes earlier. This was taken the first night of our 25 mile backpacking trip that had an equivalent elevation gain and loss as hiking to the bottom of the Grand Canyon and hiking back up to the rim. We saw the most people this evening but towards the end of the trip the amount of people became lower and lower. The last day we didn't see a soul for miles and miles, guess that's part of the reason why they call it the "Lost Coast".
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