Maddie and her cousin Haley (who are too young to go but can practice trekking) on top of the bluffs.
I don't think the pioneers had to wait for low tide, but we thought it was a good idea.
The pioneers also probably didn't see tidepools with little red sea urchins.
Kate, Maddie, and Haley climbed down the bluffs using ropes left by earlier pioneers.
The wildflowers have been spectacular this spring but we've been too busy to get out and see them. Luckily, a few are still left.
All pioneers eat lunch at The Spot after a morning of trekking.
That evening we had a piano recital. Darlene always does a special recital for her students who are graduating, and this year it was just Braiden and Dan.
Braiden played seven different songs - this is "I Giorni" by Ludovico Einaudi.