After we left Yosemite, we immediately headed towards Point Reyes park near San Francisco. I had seen photos of this gorgeous tree tunnel at the park and I of course had to see it. We weren't expecting the park to be SO expansive. Like seriously, the park felt as big as a city. But what we weren't expecting was how unbelievably breathlessly beautiful it would be. I couldn't get over how much it reminded me of the Isle of Skye in Scotland. There were moments of sunshine and heavy cloud coverage that kept the spanning landscapes ever changing. We kept looking at eachother like seriously, I can't even believe this place. We spent a half a day there and honestly could have spent a week. Highlights: Finally finding that magical tree tunnel I wanted to see, having the top down on the car and sailing through the hills feeling like we were back in Scotland, the hike to the most surreal looking beach I've ever seen, spotting a shipwrecked boat along the shoreline and hiking down to watch the beached Elephant Seals flop about. Funny note, I kept saying on the drive there that it looked more and more like Scotland. Then we passed through a town called Inverness (the large town near Loch Ness in Scotland) and there was a large body of water between two roads that looked identical to Loch Ness. Seriously, it was just crazy.
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