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Orchard in rural Oregon

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Fern Canyon Gold Bluffs Beach Steven Spielberg chose this as the location for The Lost World: Jurassic Park because 1) holy crap look at it, 2) it's an international Biosphere Reserve (what does that even mean???), and 3) it's a narrow gorge carved out by Home Creek with walls hugged by seven types of ferns, some of which date back 325 million years. It's a short trail, so double back on it. Twice. Okay fine, thrice.

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Fern Canyon Gold Bluffs Beach Steven Spielberg chose this as the location for The Lost World: Jurassic Park because 1) holy crap look at it, 2) it's an international Biosphere Reserve (what does that even mean???), and 3) it's a narrow gorge carved out by Home Creek with walls hugged by seven types of ferns, some of which date back 325 million years. It's a short trail, so double back on it. Twice. Okay fine, thrice.

Trinidad State Beach Trail  Road Trip-Behind the Redwood Curtain-Part 1 What to do in Humboldt County!  Northern California Style

Trinidad State Beach Trail Road Trip-Behind the Redwood Curtain-Part 1 What to do in Humboldt County! Northern California Style

Mattole Road, Ferndale, Lost Coast, Cape Mendocino - Westernmost Point in the US

Mattole Road, Ferndale, Lost Coast, Cape Mendocino - Westernmost Point in the US

Castello Di Amorosa - A castle and a winery, this place attracts people with its uniqueness and the good wine. The starting price for wine tasting is 35$, for several Italian wine types, including Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. Castelo di Amorosa was built in a 13th century-inspired Tuscan style by Medieval architecture enthusiast owner Dario Sattui. This winery was first opened to the public  in April 2007.

Castello Di Amorosa - A castle and a winery, this place attracts people with its uniqueness and the good wine. The starting price for wine tasting is 35$, for several Italian wine types, including Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. Castelo di Amorosa was built in a 13th century-inspired Tuscan style by Medieval architecture enthusiast owner Dario Sattui. This winery was first opened to the public in April 2007.

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