Roadside Views, Spring 2005
|This riverbed marks the division between
the Pacific and Continental tectonic plates.
|The town of Parkfield is situated on the San Andreas Earthquake Fault.
|Barn buildings along the road to Parkfield.
|Hayfields and oak savannas.
|Spring wildflowers bloom throughout the foothills.
|In spring the road to Parkfield is lined with wildflowers.
|"Be here when it happens!" expresses the lighter side of living on the faultline.
|This fountain is the centerpiece of Parkfield's heritage park.
|The edge of town marks the end of the line for a few old railway cars.
|Beyond, a broad stretch of oak savanna extending to the foothills.
|This "Sag Pond" is one of many high in the
foothills parallel to the San Andreas Fault.
The narrow Parkfield to Coalinga Road climbs over
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