Travel: Point Reyes, Marin County Coast, January 2020

Big Greetings to all!

One of the things we love most about San Francisco and the surrounding areas are the copious options to easily slip out of the city and enjoy the beauty and diversity readily available around us.

Just yesterday we zipped over the Golden Gate Bridge and drove over to coastal Marin County and one of our favorite areas know as the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.

If you are in the area our favorite place for lunch is a local Italian spot called Stellina, on the main street in the tiny town of Point Reyes Station.  Nearby the restaurant is the ever popular Cowgirl Creamery.  Many worthwhile and unique shops can also be found here.

Here are our favorite photos from the day.

Look closely and see two beachcombers among the miles of coastline at North Beach, Point Reyes National Seashore.

Looking South towards the Golden Gate, the Marin Headlands and eventually San Francisco.

This channel between Point Reyes and the mainland is where the San Andreas Fault exists just off the coast of California. At some point in the future, Point Reyes may become an island.

This is a long distance photo of Tomales Bay until recently famous for its oyster beds.

5 thoughts on “Travel: Point Reyes, Marin County Coast, January 2020”

  1. Beautiful. I need to pay a visit to the Bay Area. It was always one of my favorite destinations in California.

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