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In the 19th century, redwood trees were harvested and floated down the Navarro River to the Pacific Coast. The timber was loaded onto sailing ships which then sailed south to San Francisco where the wood was used in construction. Here we see reminders of those days in the driftwood at the coast where the Navarro empties into the Pacific. San Francisco is about 150 miles south; the 19th century logging community of Mendocino is a few miles north.