Yet another tangle of underbrush at the campground. These dying/dead/barely alive shrubs serve as privacy hedges between sites. With only about 25% occupancy, we can see the difference in size, shape, and amenities in the various sites. For instance, most of the sites have a sandy ‘floor’ but some are gravel and a few are paved in asphalt. Some have a permanently moored picnic table, others a movable one. Some are wide and shallow, others short and deep. Some have utility hookups, others don’t. Half are against the cliff, facing the ocean; the others, across from them, are nearer the divided roadway (and are less expensive.)
Most, though, have some sort of dividing vegetation. This ginormous gray-brown mesh of trunks, branches, and twigs is not unique, but it was a readily accessible and dramatic example.