It was a bright and sunny morning when I fell
out of bed, packed my stuff into the trunk of
the car and set off on the second part of my
trip down to LA.
Pretty soon it was obvious that I had left the
almost northern European weather of San Francisco and
Yosemite, and had entered the mediterranean weather
of southern California. The redwoods gave way to desert
shrub and palm trees.
Well, you know what to expect. The coastline has been
formed by erosion of the hills when rainwater flowing
down into the sea carved out a myriad v-shaped canyons.