Bolinas Lagoon. Gorgeous! Full of egrets, grey herons, and elusive sand pipers. So shallow, that seals were sunning themselves on the sand bars. (too far away - wrong camera)
Stinson Beach, according to the road sign, has just over 450 people living there. I suspect a lot of 2nd home owners too. Cute cute cute beach town! A bookstore, a few restaurants, surf shops, art galleries.. We had a wine and appetizer break at the "Sand Dollar" - fun, busy restaurant decorated like the inside of a steamer ship. Yum! Fab Zin from the Dry Creek area, the most tender calamari that I have ever eaten and look at this ahi creation! We will definitely go back here. Maybe you can come with us?
Take a look at some of the beach houses that I captured on our beach walk! No rhyme or reason - all different, all different colors.
Very nice state park at Stinson Beach with lots of room for picnickers and tons of sandy beach stretching out for kids to create sand castles, sand angels - or simply jump in the waves. Isn't it funny how kids never get cold? The sea, sometimes can be a universal language...
If you would like to go - here's some handy links!