California’s summer fog slowly lifts along the Pacific shoreline.
The drive along Northern California’s Lost Coast offers spectacular scenery.
All was quiet today as we gazed at this potentially active volcano. Rising just over 14,000 feet, Mount Shasta is the second highest peak in the Cascade Range of western North America.
Mt. Shasta spends much of the winter enveloped in clouds, surprisingly (and disappointingly) hidden from view. I couldn’t help but snap a quick photo as we sped down the interstate yesterday.