Hungry paws left prints behind at our campsite. Suzanne and I thought our food would be safe on the picnic table.
We were wrong.
But first, I loved waking up under the tent’s “skylight.”
A 9-year-old sleeping bag kept us warm overnight.
It looks like raccoons visited us overnight.
I had no idea that these nocturnal critters liked dim sum.
Suzanne also pointed out the evidence they left behind. PAW PRINTS!
Chocolate-covered prints are ready for processing. It was tough camping lesson and it made us laugh.
Here’s a lovely view by the restrooms. Rabbits darted across the sand.
We checked out Harley Farms after camping.
I fell in love with this two-week old kid.
Hello goat cheese! I took home a button of Monet.
I also liked the flavor combo of jalapeÃ±o jelly and goat cheese.
Lunch at Half Moon Bay Brewing Company.
Day 72 of 100 Happy Days.