Rochelle and I love our Roadtrek Agile, because we can pick up and go at little notice, with only the barest preparations. The last two weekends we threw our cameras, a change of clothes and a bag of groceries into Charley and headed off to some of our favorite California shooting locations.
If you’ve driven up or down California, you have surely seen our major highways, and you probably stopped at one of the numerous rest stops that show up every hundred miles or so. But what you might not know is California is home to another, completely different highway. One that offers some of the most picturesque rest stops you’ve ever seen. Of course, this highway is for the birds.
And no, I don’t mean it’s full of potholes and run-down truck stops. I mean it is “literally” for the birds. It’s called the Pacific Flyway, and every year hundreds of thousands of birds make their winter migration up and down it through the State of California. And being welcoming hosts, we’ve set aside vast tracks of land in the middle of the State for our feathered friends to sit back, rest up and grab a bite to eat. Continue reading