PACIFIC — I think this is clear.
After checking all the different and beautiful possibilities, I had to decide that I can’t see all I want. I think it is good that alwas some desire stay. So Arizona and Utah have to wait.
As I was in California before I want to see some of the places I was before but also some new one. I hadn’t seen the mountains close to LA and this will be the first step. Followed by the Channel Island. The rest will be the joy ouf Route 1. Monterey and the Monterey Bay Aquarium. The last visit of my memories will be Muir Woods.
That was the most northern part of California I visited 15 years ago.
Now the adventure starts. And it is not fixed because one part will be along the coastline and another part will be the vulcanic National Parks which are close but not to close. If I was able to change the trip, I would have planned a round trip which one part goes up the coast and the other goes down along the Cascade Range which is a result of the Ring of fire around the Pacific. As I will go in one direction, it will be more of a zigzag-tour.
I could read now:
“Park Roads are Closed
The Lassen National Park Highway through the park is closed due to snow coverage. Road crews are currently working on clearing the snow.”
Therefore I stay open to what will come.
But the highlight will be the end for me and it is still flexible: the North. The Olympic National Park with its moderate rain forest mmmmhhhhhh.
Finally Vancouver Island — an island which was said lays at the end of the world.
Travelling to the different ends of the world is one of my big dreams. There are so many places people call the end and somehow it is never the end. Maybe it is the beginning.