Throwback Thursday to 5 years ago when we spent 1 night and 1 day on the Point Reyes National Seashore. As you can see from the pictures, we packed it in over a very limited timeframe.
We stayed at the Tomales Bay Resort in Inverness. Nothing says vacation more than being right on the water.
We had dinner at the Michael Bauer (SF Food Critic)–approved Sir and Star in Olema. Service was horrendous, but the food was so incredible I didn’t mind. Everything is locally-sourced within a few miles of the restaurant. Forget real foie gras. Their ‘faux gras’ was a jar of fatty buttery goodness; it truly should be illegal.
We had brunch outdoors at the Station House Cafe in Point Reyes Station.
The Tomales Point Trail took us 4 hours to hike round-trip: coastal bluffs, tule elk reserve, wildflowers, sand dunes. One of the best hikes ever! The snake that slithered in front of me gave me a scare, but otherwise absolute bliss. We hiked to the very end of the trail, to the edge of the continent.