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Date: 7-10-2014 12:08 AM
Subject: Juan Prado Mesa Preserve
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Tags:bone, canopy, deer, field trip, flower, los altos hills, manhole, native wildflower, poison oak, sign, skull, spider, thistle
Juan Prado Mesa Preserve

On Saturday D. and I visited the Juan Prado Mesa Preserve in Los Altos Hills, and I took a few pics.

We begin in the woods, on the Mary Stutz Path.

A spider rests in its web.

We see occasional manholes in the woods.

The grassy hillsides are tinder-dry.

Poison oak is turning color already.

We emerge from under the forest canopy to an open hillside.

A skull lies on the hillside.

The path winds above multi-million dollar homes built in an old quarry.

The other end of the Mary Stutz Path.

Centaury and a deer hoof.

Another manhole in the middle of the woods.

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