Yesterday David and I drove to Point Reyes National Seashore to spend the day hiking and exploring. I surprised him with the location, all he knew was we were going hiking somewhere. Point Reyes is a national park just north of San Francisco, and they have over 150 miles of hiking trails and 80 miles of coastline! We hiked to Tomales Point, which is over a 9.5 mile round trip hike to the northernmost part of the park. That hike took us about 6 hours, then we drove to the lighthouse where we had to walk a mile to get to it. We saw a ton of Elk, a few deer, and lots of cows 🙂 We ended the day with a windy and very cold pacific sunset on Point Reyes North Beach. We have over 180 pictures, but I will only post a few so you can get an idea of the majesty of creation at this park! None of these pictures have been edited at all . . .