Lord Ellis Road, 1927

Lord Ellis Road at the north fork of the Trinity River, 1927

September is usually the most pleasant (and my favorite) time of year in Humboldt County.  But the Fog-Gods have gotten the best of us this year and folks may have to travel inland to see any sunshine.  The drive is generally pleasant, in part,  because we don’t have to take this road anymore…

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2 Responses to Lord Ellis Road, 1927

  1. tm might says:

    Its a wonder there are any trees left…..

  2. Ross Rowley says:

    That would be the north fork of the Mad River. The Trinity River is quite a distance away from Lord Ellis Summit.

    Trees grow back. Look for the white “This block was harvested in 1985” sign in the same location near the shooting range very near this photo. The sign is now covered up by trees.

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