How would you describe the climate and sunset/sundown for someone who lives in Europe. Over here there is northern lights, but there is something special about california right?
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I’ve never been to California. Maybe I’d like to see the Redwoods if I have the right state?
I’d love to have visited California. I’m fascinated with the whole L.A. thing.
Only city in Cali I’ve been to was San Diego. That was a while ago.
The weather in Oakland is really nice. Not only is it warm during the cold seasons, it’s also cooler during the warm seasons. At least it was when I was visiting, 70 degrees in the summer and also in the winter. In Virginia it’s usually 90 degrees in the summer and 40 degrees in the winter.
Yep, Redwoods in California.
Sun rises over the mountains and sets on the ocean.
You can search LL Cool J on YouTube “Going Back to Cali”. I was gonna post it but it’s a little provocative.
You wanna go to Muir woods to see redwoods. Maybe a little less than an hour north of golden gate bridge. It’s scary getting down there. Hilly and curvy with no guardrail. I cant understand why they wouldn’t put up a guard rail? Anyways, I’ve been there twice.
I’ve been all over California. I even lived there once. I lived in Las Vegas, NV and Phoenix, AZ too. I like Oregon better.
yeah I prefer Oregon too. but California is nice some places, I prefer norcal because it typically has cooler weather. but san diego and LA have their own charm if your on foot, wouldn’t want to drive there. never been to san fran, but have been close, was scared off by the traffic. I lived in coastal Oregon for a year and I wanna say they had redwoods too, and big myrtles as well. but not sure if im remembering correctly. for awhile I was thinking of moving to eureka/arcada and going to study horticulture at Humboldt state, but life was too difficult for me being out on my own, so I moved back to the Midwest.
also some parts of California are great for star gazing.
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