NEW BOOK! Scenic Driving California's Pacific Coast
The new edition of my book SCENIC DRIVING CALIFORNIA’S PACIFIC COAST was officially released today, June 15, by FalconGuides. This is my second new book released this year. Two more books to go!
If you want to take a great American road trip, then this is the book for you. SCENIC DRIVING CALIFORNIA’S PACIFIC COAST details towns, pocket beaches, natural wonders, museums, historic attractions, and other amazing places on 1,100 miles of California’s wild Pacific coast from Santa Barbara to Oregon. I drove up and down the coast, mostly on Highway 1, four times when I first researched the book in 2013, exploring well-known attractions and discovering unknown off-the-beaten-highway curiosities.
Some of the places I love the best on the left coast are the rugged mountainsides at the Big Sur coast, pocket beaches near Santa Cruz, the skyscraping redwoods at Muir Woods and Redwood National Park, Fern Canyon in Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, and Alamere Falls, a rare tidefall or waterfall that flows directly into the ocean, at Point Reyes National Seashore.
SCENIC DRIVING CALIFORNIA’S PACIFIC COAST, with 284 pages, is jammed with useful information, trip beta, and GPS coordinates to find places and illustrated with lots of my color photographs.
You can pick up my newest book--SCENIC DRIVING CALIFORNIA’S PACIFIC COAST--of road dreams at your local bookstore or order directly from Amazon at the link below. See ya on the road and keep both hands on the steering wheel!