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Pescadero Point of 17 miles drive, Monterey, California
California

The homepage says, "This points marks the northern east point of Camel Bay and Stillwater Cove" There are many beautiful trees.

For more information on 17 miles drive, please consult http://www.pebblebeach.com/page.asp?pageName=_17_Mile_Drive_Main

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Tags: pescadero point; 17 miles drive; monterey; gorgeous trees and ocean
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