Russian Gulch State Park

Heading further north just a day before my birthday we decided to stop and camp for the night at Russian Gulch State Park. Although the campsite wasn’t much to talk about the scenery was beautiful. The Gulch is a headland that features the Devil’s Punch Bowl – a large, collapsed sea cave with churning water. So, needless to say we saw lots of dive flags and Rory got pretty excited. Our neighbors were from Southern California and got to talking with us as soon as we set up camp. They were interested in our adventure and spoke of their own adventures for a little while. It’s interesting how many native Californian’s have seen our MA license plate and struck up a conversation with us… most of the time it begins with, “Your a long way from home…” Some even come in for a closer look because they’ve never seen a MA license before explaining that, “we don’t see many of those around here..” These guys were cool though. They offered us their wood as they were taking off the next day and were on there way for the evening. We settled in early as we wanted to get a quick start in the morning since I was about to turn 25…

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One Response to Russian Gulch State Park

  1. jenni_n_kev says:

    we had a similar experience in the opposite way- when we drove home from hawaii (well had the car shipped to seattle and then drove from seattle thru canada) we got a lot of stares and points at the license plate. hehe but mostly just friendly conversations about it.

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