Patrick’s Point parking problem

After a few months of getting nowhere immediately locally, I sent the following to John Woolley, former HumCo 3rd District Supervisor, current senior field representative to our State Assemblyman Wes Chesbro: Continue reading


Trinidad Trash Stomp: Saturday, March 28

Join the Humboldt Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation for The Trinidad Trash Stomp on Saturday, March 28 from 10 a.m. to noon.

Did you know 80 percent of the garbage found in the ocean is from a land based source? Let’s prevent the trash along Surfrider Humboldt’s Adopt-A-Highway section from adding to the statistic! We will be meeting at the northbound rest stop just north of Trinidad and just south of Patrick’s Point Dr. There, we will gear up, break into groups and hit the road.

Can’t wait to see you there helping to keep our ocean clean!

Any questions? Contact Kalei at


Agate Beach – beware!

For those folks who like to watch Patrick’s Point from the overlook at Agate Beach, be aware that erosion has caused about three acres of the bluff to have “slumped down,” making the edge acutely unstable. The overlook at Agate Beach has once again been fenced off. Anyone behind the fence will receive a citation, according to State Park Ranger Javier Moraleswithout receiving a warning first.

So be careful. As in, don’t put yourself in danger.

Don’t say we didn’t warn you.

Thanks to Bill L. for the tip.