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Fitness and Photography for Fun - A blog on staying fit by hiking and doing photography by David Mendosa

Mountain Lion and Burro Trails Loop

June 24th, 2008 · No Comments

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No mountain lions prowled their namesake trail today. And I didn’t see any burros to pack my gear. But this four-mile loop trail in Golden Gate Canyon State Park showed me a profusion of wildflowers. In particular I never saw so many paintbrush(es?) and yellow stonecrop(s?).

A wonderful hike! Much better than I expected this late in the season. I thought that I might be too late for the wildflowers on this trail, since I climbed only from about 7,000 to 8,000 feet, and thought the peak bloom today would be higher.

Here’s where I lunched along Deer Creek on an organic chicken leg and water:

Deer Creek

Deer Creek

StoneCrop Rock

StoneCrop Rock

Bee on Stonecrop

Bee on Stonecrop

BlueBells

BlueBells

Rose

Rose

Amongst Quartz

Amongst Quartz

White Flower

White Flower

Genanium

Genanium

White one

White one

Amongst Dark Creek

Amongst Dark Creek

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