The weekend of May 31st and June 1st was one of contrasts (as far as the hikes go).  Saturday we went hiking in El Corte de Madera Creek Open Space Preserve.  While it was sunny yet cool, at home, the hike was up near Skyline.  The fog bank was settled in right around there.  As we drove up, the road got wet and we were inside a cloud.  The fog kept us cool, but I could have used some sunlight.  The hike was really neat.  L’ played leader and directed us on about a 5 mile loop.  Along this loop, we saw a large sandstone outcropping and plane crash wreckage from the 1950s. 

On Sunday, I really wanted to get in some sunlight.  I’m careful to not have skin exposure, but the bright light and blue skies were a welcome change from the day before.  We just did a quick loop at Edgewood County park.  Short and sweet, but still scenic.

Photos of El Corte de Madera Creek:

Photos of Edgewood County Park: