It was a gloriously sunny fall weekend, so we headed up through San Francisco
with a brief stop on Hawk Hill to enjoy the view and look at the migrating birds,
as well as to admire the lighthouse at Point Bonita.
We eventually wound our way up the coast and found our way to the Osprey Peak Bed and Breakfast, up a crazy-steep driveway near Point Reyes. The place was perched up on top of a hill with lots of big trees to admire from the back deck.
What you can't see in the above picture is the sheer number of hummingbirds that hung around the back yard (due to their being about a dozen feeders). The sound of fifty hummingbirds right outside the window is actually entertainingly ominous.
Naturally, most of the weekend was spent riding our bikes :)
We headed out to see the lighthouse on one day, did what was supposed to be a 30-mile loop that turned into a 50-mile loop the next, and explored the northern part of the peninsula in the thick fog on the third.
In between, there was lots of good eating, poking around galleries, and mead tasting at the local meadery. A fine weekend escape!