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Where is This in Santa Cruz? (With Hints)

Berries are bursting and bicyclists stop to pick them.

This is one of the last primitive parks in Santa Cruz, soon to be paved over with bike paths, to the disgruntlement of some.

Others think it's a great way to help bicycle traffic reach from the east to downtown.

The beauty of it now is that it is fairly deserted, in keeping with the theory that the minute you move 50 yards away from concrete in California, you can feel like John Muir visiting empty spaces.

A few cyclists stopped to pick the berries. (Is that legal? There must be a law against it, right?)

Name that place and go find some berried treasure.

Check the pics for more hints.

frobert August 05, 2012 at 03:21 PM
My guess would be Arana Gulch
Karen Sotelo August 05, 2012 at 03:42 PM
Looks like Pogonip? Enjoyed some distance walking up while while training with Team in Training for a marathon. Beautiful!
Brad Kava (Editor) August 05, 2012 at 04:41 PM
Frobert: Arana Gulch it is...Lots of berries right by the entrance near Soquel Dr.
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