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Took a back road from Bakersfield, CA to Ventura, CA via Ojai. This is Chumash Indian, Condor country...the Los Padres National Forest. Wild and wonderful.

~~Sequoia Road | Sequoia National Park, near Visalia, California by LarryGerbrandt~~

the Sepulveda Pass, Santa Monica Mountains. Los Angeles, California. via flickr Oh the freeways of home!! lol

Chumash Indian Museum - Welcome to the Chumash Indian Museum website

Badwater Road in Death Valley, California

Native Americans in Los Angeles and Ventura County: the Chumash Indians, a coastal tribe.

Avenue of the Giants - Redwoods in Northern California. The most amazing State.

Full moon over LA

Lassen Volcanic Park, CA

Pacific Coast Highway

San Fran.


Chumash Indian Cave Painting

Either way, California

California roadtrip.

heading home off Hwy. 41, San Luis Obispo County, Atascadero California USA

Rock Paintings of the Chumash Indians

bubblegum alley, san luis obispo, CA

Feel for the folks who laid this down. Death Valley, California.

Big Sur Coast - LOVE!

Chumash Indians. [ We called ourselves “the first people,” and pointed to the Pacific Ocean as our first home. Many elders today say that Chumash means “bead maker” or “seashell people.” The Chumash Indians were able to enjoy a more prosperous environment than most other tribes in California because we had resources from both the land and the sea. ]