Midsummer, Patti and I visited the San Francisco Bay area. We had a great time. I’ve been a bit delinquent in posting photos, but better late than never.
We drove up US 1 from Monterey to San Francisco and caught the sunset.
The next day, we drove up to Muir Woods, a national park just over the Golden Gate Bridge.
Parts of the woods were filled with spiders; others had no wildlife whatsoever.
As we walked through the woods, we heard a knocking sound. After searching around, Patti saw this woodpecker. When we got back to the entry of the park, we used the books there to identify it as a Hairy Woodpecker.
Muir Woods is a vacation spot for ladybugs. These two were having a grand old time.
There was a sign less than five feed away stating, “Don’t feed the chipmunks.”
I used my Google phone as a GPS to map our trip with the MyTracks application. I forgot to start the app when we started our hike, we really started where the track ends.
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