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The RED TRIANGLE along the NORCAL coast from Bodega Bay down to Big Sur has more Great White Shark Attacks than any other place on earth. We usually have at least one or two Great White Shark attacks on kayakers every year. See Wiki:
"The Red Triangle is the colloquial name of a roughly triangle-shaped region off the coast of northern California, extending from Bodega Bay, north of San Francisco, out slightly beyond the Farallon Islands, and down to the Big Sur region, south of Monterey. The area has a very large population of marine mammals, such as elephant seals, harbor seals, sea otters, and sea lions, which are favored meals of great white sharks.
Around thirty-eight percent of recorded great white shark attacks on humans in the United States have occurred within the Red Triangle — eleven percent of the worldwide total."
Mendocino and Humbolt Counties also suck. Totally over run by heavily armed Mexican drug cartels growing pot. Don't let the High Times hype fool you. The pot there is not nearly as good as that fine Bammer weed you get back in Atlanta.
What's wrong with Florida? I only moved from Florida to California for Family reasons. Really, its a great place
Muddy Waters Song:
I would rather drink muddy water and sleep in a hollow log, than be back in Atlanta getting treated like a dirty dog.
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