The Other Side of the River 

The last Humboldt County ferry is still transporting residents back in time

Rain fell steadily, muting the dark-green forested hills, the pasture and the tall redwoods. It fell gray-on-gray on the rocky river bar etched by ephemeral roads, and on the river itself, humping north a good 10 feet below the low-water bridge -- a narrow…

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