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Pulgas Ridge Open Space Preserve

Pulgas Ridge Open Space Preserve


On Saturday D. and I took a walk on the Cordilleras Trail and part of the Blue Oak Trail at Pulgas Ridge Open Space Preserve.  Here are some of the pics I took.


Thistle floof near the trailhead.





A western fence lizard lives up to its name by perching on a fence.





California poppy.





A tuft of thistle floof protrudes from the flower.





We pass by an abandoned rehab center.





A motivational mural painted on the the of one of the center's buildings.





Think first!





A back door.





The rear of the complex.





A partially-enclosed fire hydrant.





A fence keeps a herd of goats under control.





We see traffic cones in the most incongruous places.





A bee visits a blackberry blossom.





A stone marker provides a perch for a tiny lizard.





More thistle floof.





Blackberry blossom.





Golden brodiaea.





This overachieving poison oak is already turning red for autumn, and it isn't even officially summer yet.




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Tags: abandoned, art, bee, cone, door, field trip, floof, flower, insect, lizard, native wildflower, poison oak, pulgas ridge, redwood city, sign
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