Skywatching while walking.
Sunita said her friend wanted to meet us - hubs and I. She had been talking about us over the years and it's time we meet. So she set up a lunch date at her house and she was cooking. I like her home-made Indian food better than any restaurants I've eaten.
After lunch, we decided to go out for a walk. We were all one in choosing Point Pinole Regional Shoreline because not only is it huge (2135 acre), it is also so close to where we all live.
It was a February day, a holiday, but surprisingly the park was almost empty. It must have been the cool weather. Anyway, we took our walk after heavy Indian meal and I took pictures.
Entry at the bridge above the railroad track.
Headed towards the marshland.
Sunita and me.
The eucalyptus trees are plentiful here. They were initially planted as a buffer against explosions. This place used to be the site for manufacturing gunpowder and dynamite.
Hubby found a walking buddy.
I really enjoy this view any time of the day, any season of the year.
I love old eucalyptus trees.
We went to the marshland today.
Can you tell it was breezy and cold?
Pebbles and shells.
Mt. Tamalpais in the background.
Reaching out to the skies.
I have walked here many times for years, but I never have stopped and bird watch. I hear they have a good list of birds that either call this park home or frequent visitors.