When we arrived at the trailhead, I was having a bad attitude because it was really foggy and I didn't want to do the hike if we weren't going to be able to enjoy the views, and if I wasn't going to be able to take pictures. But Marc convinced me to head out anyway, thinking that perhaps the fog would burn off, and if it didn't we could always turn around and go back. We had packed a picnic so we could celebrate even more once we got to Tomales Point. We have actually never had a picnic while we've been together. Usually our cuisine on the hiking trail consists of protein bars and Gatorade.
But we packed a backpack full of cheeses, crackers, hummus, mandarin oranges, and salami. We were very prepared.
The hike turned out to be beautiful. The fog burned off and we were able to enjoy the views. The trail is good for the most part, but the last 2.5 miles to the point are really overgrown. We were literally walking through wildflowers and grasses that were taller than I was. Here's proof. The only thing we could see was our hands.
Thankfully the whole trail wasn't like that. We carefully checked ourselves for ticks, though.
The hike was really good, although long, and the views were incredible. I'll let the rest of the photos speak for themselves.