A day in the sweet seaside town of Trinidad would not be complete without a sunset stroll down the Historic Trinidad Pier. California’s northernmost pier juts out into Trinidad Harbor, sheltered on one side from the waves and wind by Trinidad Head. On the other side, a sweeping vista of the crescent shaped coastline extends off into the distance. Fishing vessels and kayakers take advantage of the calm, deep waters here, as do crabbers, who often hunker down on the pier in the early morning hours, pots suspended in the water below.