Mom says she is never going to get the photos me and Stanley took sorted out. So we thought we would share a few with you. We went on one really short hike to see the waterfall. There wasn't a lot of water but it fell from over 300 feet.
The short trail was very green. Mom kept saying we should watch out for ticks.
There were huge trees (not like at Dory's place). We don't see too many huge trees in Utah.
Later in the day, we saw this fella just staring at us.
This was on the trail to the lighthouse.
The actual trail.
We went on another hike, the one where Stanley was nearly killed when a big black dog pushed Stanley off the trail and if not for his harness he would have fallen down into the ocean. See that fog? By the time we got to the end of the trail it totally closed in on us and we couldn't even see the ocean! It was supposed to be a good whale watching spot.
Some of the trail was really rough due to so many tree roots.
But me and Stanley liked the challenge.
We liked jumping on and over all the roots.
The fact there were muddy spots was just a bonus.
On another hike we took it had so much growth from trees and ferns that we thought we made a wrong turn and went to someplace tropical.
Mom was amazed! It was the trail where the bulldog wanted to eat my face.
We had lots of hiking fun when we weren't at the beach! Next year when we have the once-in-a-lifetime TOTAL eclipse we are going to go back to Oregon so we can see it!
Murphy & Stanley