[flickr size=”small” float=”left”]http://www.flickr.com/photos/dancoulter/4047320757/[/flickr] This weekend Greg and I hung out with the bears, trees and wildlife in Muir Woods. We ventured over the Golden Gate Bridge into one of the most beautiful spots I’ve seen in Northern California. On our way through the curvy road to Muir Woods we saw some sweet views of Sausalito and San Francisco. We even got up close (and not personal) with a local deer family. After taking way too many pictures of the wildlife we moved on only to park a million miles away from the entrance, so we hiked to our hiking destination.
[flickr size=”small” float=”left”]http://www.flickr.com/photos/dancoulter/4047313191/[/flickr] The trees are massive and plentiful in this spot making it seem dark right in the middle of a sunny afternoon. My goal was to take as many pictures as possible because it is not everyday that we get access to a car for adventures such as this. Wendy and Steve packed the essentials so we wouldn’t starve on this mysterious hike. Luckily most of the paths are paved so it would have been pretty tough to get lost in the wilderness.
It’s so nice to get away from the city, strap on some hiking shoes, and become a tree lady for a day. I’m for sure making it back to this spot again!
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