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gorgeous trees of Crocker grove, 17 miles drive, monterery, california,
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There are many trees including cypress and pines in 17 miles drive, which make me happy. I visited this drive these times. The granddaddy of all Monterey cypress is located near here.

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Tags: geogeous trees; cypress grove; 17 miles drive; monterey
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