Made it to Point Bonita under foggy skies and calm seas.
The Point Bonita lighthouse just peeks above the rocky coast.
There's a nice smile! It was Jackie's first time all the way out past Point Diablo and to Point Bonita.
We stay a good distance from the beach here to avoid flushing the resting harbor seals.
Lots of fishermen out today.
Lots of pillow basalt formations along this stretch of coast.
Little swell at the point allowed lots of time to look at the shoreline features.
The Point Bonita lighthouse, built in 1855, was moved to this spot in 1877, and fitted with a steam siren in 1874, which has since been replaced by an electric horn.
Terry, explores a small slot cave.
Pillow Basalt haystack (with cormorant).
Lime Point lighthouse, built in 1883, and deemed redundant after the 1937 construction of the Golden Gate Bridge, sits quietly below the big bridge.
Nate with a freight backdrop.
Terry and Nate.
Our little pod makes it's way back, exploring the nooks and crannies along the shore.
The lighthouse/horn at Point Diablo, built in 1923 and now solar powered.
This tiny cave is passable at the lowest of tides, and the calmest of seas... not today.
Ron's first time out the gate.
Ah, all cleared up now. Point Bonita cave in the background.
Exploring the former life saving station at Bonita Cove.
Terry tries a small peekaboo pourover.
The cliffs between Pt. Diablo and the Golden Gate.
Returning, just as the fog begins to burn off.
And, we finish our day with a quick dip, and swift push toward Angel Island.