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Sunrise in Fort Bragg
After all the work on our RV remodel and a nice, restful two months in Morro Bay, we decided to set out on our first real roadtrip. We had a starting point and start date, but no end date. We also knew we wanted to spend the summer on the West Coast. So, our natural starting point was Fort Bragg, CA.
A Sunrise Walk by the Harbor
We stayed at a little RV park on the cliffs overlooking the mouth of the Noyo River. After a few days, I got the urge to get up before the sun and go out exploring. Needless to say, I found some great places to photograph in town.
The slow moving morning fog made for some great light in town and down on the river. The Noyo Harbor started to glow as the sun slowly rose over the horizon.
The Skunk Train
The Skunk Train and its facilities offered some more sites to explore. Early in the morning, the grounds were pretty quiet. Even the early crew hadn’t been in yet. The fog and the light made the rusting rolling stock even more interesting.
All in all, I wandered around for a few hours. Sun came out and the fog and clouds cleared. The town started to wake up. I started to see people out on the street and vehicles started moving up and down the streets. I knew it was my time to head back home.
Home as it turns out is wherever we were parked. It was still kind of new. But over the next few months, it would become normal.