We visited Muir Woods. The walkways and paths work their way between huge redwoods. They are tall and the forest is thick so we were in shadow almost the entire time.
Our parking pass for the park was from 1:30-2pm, so we had lunch in Sausalito and walked along the bay until closer to our time slot. It was very strange having to get an appointment to visit a park. Not only did we have to pay for our parking but all the earlier times were "sold out". It is a very popular park.
Let me zoom in some.
Wow, the fog is very thick in the city.
Time to go to the park. We have some very curvy roads to drive on first. Our daughter, Phyllis, is an excellent driver.
We made it to Muir Woods. It looks really nice.
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Let's go for a "little" hike. The Canopy view / Lost creek / Fern trail. The trail is about a 2.7 mile loop with an elevation gain of 650 feet. Gramma insisted we should go and she would walk the the flat trail along the creek. We would meet 2 hours later at the visitor's center.
As we drove back from the park the fog was moving in fast and thick off the ocean.
The guy on the bike was insane. My diagnosis, he was going faster down the road than we were. We never caught up with him again.
When we got to the bay, it was obvious that the city was completely socked in with fog.
We had a lot of fun walking in the forest.
We are a couple who have started on a new adventure...