Northern California--fog, redwoods, Pacific Ocean, old and young hippies
Trinidad is a northern California village of 350 people that hangs over the Pacific Ocean about 60 miles south of the Oregon border. It is in Humboldt County, well known for generations of hippies and where the primary product and economic driver remains pot. 50 to 60 degree daytime temperatures in the middle of summer, great fishing, lots of fog and of course that undeniable northern California vibe.
Humboldt County and north is the home to massive redwood forests, elk herds, quiet rocky beaches, and tiny, funky fishing and logging villages. It's a place to kick back--way way back--wander the beaches alone, embrace the weather and fog, and, depending on your vibe, indulge in the local products--fresh fish and fresh pot.