It is very rare that I leave the house on a weekend without bringing the camera, especially since I lost my nice smart phone that took great photos and was unable to replace it just yet. That is why I have so many photos in my computer. Way too much that I spend so more time than I have organizing and composing posts.
These photos came when we were running an errand. We were scouting for a summer campground where our church group could go to. Our target was Samuel P. Taylor State Park in Lagunitas in Marin County.
Camping under the tall trees was exciting concept.
There were private cabins in the campground as well. We went with the group camp site.
We liked the site right away so we went back on the road for a little drive.
We pulled over on the side of the road and took photos. I like this drive so much that I always look forward to coming here.
In the past, we simply drive by this area because we had some place to go, but on this day with our destination/task already completed we were open to stopping at any spot we fancied.
We stopped at Mount Tamalpais Watershed area and enjoyed a walk in nature.
Saw my first banana slug.
We moved on with our no-destination drive and stumbled upon this roadside farm stand. It's one of those that you help yourself and drop your payment in a jar or something, no one is manning the till.
And just outside of the farm stand, the fence is covered with four o'clock.
This is my post for OUR WORLD TUESDAY.