Running Errand With The Camera

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.

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Camping under the tall trees was exciting concept.

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There were private cabins in the campground as well. We went with the group camp site.

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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.

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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.

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Saw my first banana slug.

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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.

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And just outside of the farm stand, the fence is covered with four o'clock.

This is my post for OUR WORLD TUESDAY.

Comments

  1. What a great trip with some stunning places to walk.

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  2. This camp site is so charming now I can image how much more bustling it will be in the summer. I like all the photos but was particularly taken with the lone tree on the hillside looking so tiny in the distance.

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  3. Nice that you found a camp you liked so easily and had time to hunt for other photo ops. like all your photos except...the banana slug. EW! :))

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  4. What a nice place to camp. The scenery, trees and the flowers are all lovely! Thanks for sharing, have a happy week!

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  5. Great series of wonderful nature photography ~ looks so inviting!

    Happy Week to you,
    artmusedog and carol

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  6. You took some great shots. Delightful post.

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  7. What a beautiful place - you have incredible trees in that part of the country. Both those dogs in my blog post are mine, and they both love hiking with me - they'll go for miles, even though together they weigh less than 20 pounds!

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  8. Great captures from your walk. It is a beautiful place.

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  9. Great shots at the camp site.
    I love the falling water shot.

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  10. Dearest Photo Cache; What a GREAT photographs from wonderful walk in nature☆☆☆ LOVED and enjoyed to see the beautiful flowers, my friend♪
    Sincerely from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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  11. A fine series of very interesting pictures. This was a fine place to check out and have a hike. Nice post!

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  12. Don't EVER forget your camera! Loved the shot of the tall trees ... Great angle ... But I know this is totally weird, but I liked the Banana SLug photo the best. Those things are so bizarre! And it reminded me of Oregon Coast ... We used to see them there all the time.

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  13. Hi,nice camping under the tall trees. Your flowerphotos are breathtakingly beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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  14. lovely sumemr shots. And, we are heading that way again. :)

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  15. Aren't banana slugs funny? I saw my 1st one in Mendocino 10 years ago and haven't seen one since. They're almost like a Bay Area legend...are they real or make believe?

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  16. Aren't banana slugs funny? I saw my 1st one in Mendocino 10 years ago and haven't seen one since. They're almost like a Bay Area legend...are they real or make believe?

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