The first part of the drive takes us through some mountains as we climb up to Tejon Pass at an elevation of 4,144 feet. There are some mountains towards the end of the drive, as well, as we approach Berkeley.
|A View of the Mountains|
The road winds through the mountains.
|Another View of the Mountains|
The route takes us through the Central Valley, which produces much of the State's agriculture. We pass miles and miles of vegetables, alfalfa, fruit orchards, etc.
|Farmland on Either Side|
We passed several signs protesting the water rationing due to the drought:
|Sign Protesting Water Restrictions|
And some cattle ranches: