A Father’s Day Idyll, or, Picnic at Mud Creek

(Steven Hayward) I decided to spend Father’s Day on an audacious outing. If you follow west coast news, you may know that some millions of tons of earth slid into the ocean along the famous Hwy. 1 area at Mud Creek south Big Sur (and about 30 miles north of where I live) on May 20, burying the highway and closing the south end of the road. The north end was already closed from when the Pfeiffer Bridge washed out during the winter storms.
Right now there is only a 12-mile stretch in the middle of the area accessible only by means of a harrowing mountain road that is one lane wide in places, with long drops down a cliff if you miss a turn or make a mistake. (No guard rails.) Naturally I had to take this road, and visit the scene. This stretch of Hwy. 1, one of the

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