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i will be driving from san diego to Humboldt to go to school soon and i want to visit as many farms or gardens to look at on my way up. i will be stopping at Santa Barbara, Santa Cruz and Oakland and staying a few days at each place. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance.
 
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Sweet thanks it looks like two of them are going to work out perfectly
 
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