I figured this would probably be my last chance to run down to Berkeley before moving away, so I grabbed it. With this in mind, I actually stopped the car to take pictures of things I normally try to photograph at upwards of 70 miles per hour.
The Area 101 mural just behind the Redwood Curtain. The other side is better.
I always thought this was just a disembodied mural made to indicate the bizarreness of the location, but it turns out it's an ad for a camp site.
The buildings associated with the billboard.
I think Laytonville is my favorite town on the way to or from Berkeley.
As long as I've been driving this stretch of road, there has always been this lone toilet sitting in the middle of the field on the southern exterior or Laytonville. Seems they've added some park benches next to it.
I didn't stop the car for the Great! Chinese Food sign in Willits. I'd already stopped 3 or 4 times. I was ready to get to Berkeley.
I didn't actually take any pictures while there. Everything after this is the trip back up.
I took this for Ed to give to Uncle Hal. I wish I knew what it meant.
I think there's always at least one point in the trip where they've got the road closed down to one lane.