I only went out for a walk, and finally concluded to stay out till sundown, for going out, I found, was really going in. John Muir, 1913, in Linnie Marsh Wolfe, ed., John of the Mountains: The Unpublished Journals of John Muir, 1938
We had a large assembly this morning. All expected me to lead them in a specific direction, but I fooled them and chose to go south and others expected to go north and I said, "go whichever you desire." And they did. So most went north and some went south and we all convened again at the starting point.
|Colorful house near Pudding Creek Trestle trail by J. Loomis|
This week we had seven runners: Lisa and Tabi and their children, Linnaea and Zavier, John L., Cheryl W., Cyd, Bob C., Melissa and Randy. Joel was our sole bicyclist. Our collection of walkers was impressive. We had Suzanne & Henry, Toni, Judith, Bob ., Gerri, Steve & Orah, Fran, Mark & Gaye, Neil & Cheryl, and Rick & Nancy.
|Trestle Bridge with over-flying birds by J. Loomis|
|Beautiful cypress trees by J. Loomis|
|Decommissioned rails and water tank by J. Loomis|
Sun. Mar. 15, Russian Gulch
Sun. Mar. 22, Ward Ave. (another good low tide, -0.2)
Sun. Mar. 29, Caspar Logging Roads
Sun. April 5, Big River
NEXT SUNDAY, MARCH 8 @ 8:00 A.M.: Van Damme State Park
EVERY TUESDAY @ 7:00 A.M.: RUSSIAN GULCH STATE PARK, beginning on Point Cabrillo Drive, 1/10 of a mile north of its south end.
EVERY THURSDAY @ 7:00 A.M.: VAN DAMME STATE PARK, beginning at the beach.