"They left and went up into the hill country and came to the Valley of Eshcol, scouting the land” Deuteronomy 1:24
Taking walks around lakes have been a favorite outing for us over the past few months. I feel like we are scouting nature for inspiration and a break from the day to day work in front on a screen. This year in particular has been a dry year so as we walked around parts of Stafford Lake we literally were walking on cracked-dry mud areas that were once covered by water. It is an interesting feeling of walking where water use to be and hopefully will be full once again. Still even though the waters are low this picture captures the beauty of Marin County. Enjoy
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