Tomales Point Hike

On July 03, 2014 we hiked to Tomales Point. I still remember it as a long, cold, foggy, windy hike with the fantastic views from point and deer somewhere in the fog. I remember how it was to walk uphill with shoes full of sand. I remember how cold I felt. But I was happy!
So I wanted to repeat it. We parked at trail head before the noon. It was already crowded. It was cold but sunny. I felt excited 🙂
04.30. Tomales Point
Let me tell you the story. Every December I buy a planner. I open it on the last pages and start to write all goals I set for myself for the new year. Two pages go for travel and hiking plans. I didn’t plan Point Reyes peninsula visit this year. Nope, I planned Big Sur vacation. And what an unpleasant surprise it was when I learned that road will be closed for the most part of the year because of the collapsed bridge? That was the moment when I realized I need the plan B. Something coastal, something windy, something foggy. Why not Point Reyes, I though?

04.30. Tomales Point
04.30. Tomales Point
04.30. Tomales Point
04.30. Tomales Point

So I’m standing on the trail to Tomales Point. I see no signs of fog. And I cannot take my eyes of the blanket of wildflowers around me.
04.30. Tomales Point
What I love in this hike is deer. Herds of deer.
04.30. Tomales Point

04.30. Tomales Point
04.30. Tomales Point

04.30. Tomales Point

04.30. Tomales Point
04.30. Tomales Point

And of course, the Point
04.30. Tomales Point
04.30. Tomales Point
04.30. Tomales Point

04.30. Tomales Point
04.30. Tomales Point

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