Margaret Lindgren, owner of Unbeaten Path Tours, was on a tour at Salt Point State Park, one of my favorite parks. Look at the beautiful waterfall she found near the south end of the park.
She found several creeks too.
Winter is a wonderful time to be on the Mendonoma Coast.
Thanks to Margaret for allowing me to share her photos with you here. To learn more about Margaret's fascinating and educational tours, here is her website: http://www.unbeatenpathtours.com/
I can personally vouch for her tours - I learned a lot from her while having a fun hike.
Rain coming back tomorrow. The waterfalls will be pumped up, for sure!
Margaret Lindgren is the owner of Unbeaten Path Tours. She recently took clients out to the Point Arena-Stornetta Lands. This is what they found - a fogbow or white rainbow.
They are pretty rare. Look for one in the morning hours when the fog is about bluff high. Perhaps you will see a fogbow too.
Thanks to Margaret for allowing me to share her photos with you here. To learn more about Margaret's hiking tours, here is the link to her website: http://www.unbeatenpathtours.com/index.html
Margaret Lindgren, of Unbeaten Path Hiking Tours, regularly takes visitors to the Mendonoma Coast on a tour of the Point Arena/Stornetta Lands. Recently she took a group during a minus tide.
The minus tide revealed this bridge. This is what Margaret wrote, “The minus tide has been incredible these past few days. Yesterday was a minus .6 tide and I was astonished at the exposure of the land bridge to Sea Lion Rock during our tour of the Stornetta Lands. Unbelievable! I rarely see it like this.”
Though tempting to walk over to Sea Lion Rock, it is illegal, as it is protected under the auspices of the California Coastal National Monument. The PA/Stornetta Lands are also part of the Monument, the first land-based portion to be so designated.
For the second time Margaret's clients were Diane Keaton, Sarah Paulson and friends. Here Margaret poses with her guests. Margaret is the one with red hair.
Looks like everyone approved of the fun hike at the beautiful Stornetta Lands.
Thanks to Margaret for allowing me to share her photo with you here. To learn more about her fabulous tours, here is her website: http://www.unbeatenpathtours.com/