If this were the Silverdale contract it would have inevitably been Murhut Falls. Our standby destination here though is Point Reyes. It is close and pretty.
Remember Point Reyes?
It looked like this.
So, after a late lunch/breakfast, we were off. They got a rental car for the week and followed behind us along the way. I tried to be good, I really did, but I just had to stop and get a picture or two along the way. Sarah eventually got used to me swerving off the road at inopportune moments to catch some potential picture. I told them as I passed their car that this was just one of the occupational hazards of traveling with the Adventure Nickel. Julia got out of the car and thanked me for stopping so she could get her camera out of the trunk. She had been mentally framing pictures the whole way and cursing for leaving the camera out of reach. Ahhh, fellow shutterbug.
|Ahhh, the light is perfect.|
Hey! Wait a minute. But, if there is fog all over the place, I can't see anything! The pictures are going to be terrible.
|You're going to have to trust me, there is an ocean out there.|
|Seriously deer? Really?|
|Did that deer just call me a pervert?|
|At least the hawk cooperated. Thanks for not pooping!|
|Cows of the Mist.|
|We were able to watch a tremendous rip current.|
OK, I tried to replicate this as closely as possible in the conditions.
This is the last trip here.
|I take picture of you taking picture of me.|
|Pretty ice plant flower.|
|BWAH HA HA HAAAA!|
Works for sunrises and sunsets too.
So, we decided we would just have fun stopping to photograph everything of interest as we drove home. They don't all work out like you plan, but they usually work out.
|Not Das Boat!|
|Birds circling in a thermal|