Last week, I have featured Pt. Reyes Lighthouse and one visitor mentioned about the 300 or so steps up and down the lighthouse that I did not show. I thought that featuring just jone picture did not suffice. So, this week, it’s all photos. All pertinent info on this lighthouse has been given last week.
There is very little parking spot provided, so most people just park on the narrow street and the walk alone before you reach the lighthouse, not counting on the 300 step descent, is kinda workout for some people. Especially since this place is always breezy with cold winds slapping your whole body.
We begin to descend. Little piece of information I have failed to mention the last time, this was taken the day after Thanksgiving, it was rainy day, cloudy at times, and very cold. It was also a perfect time to take the walk down and up again after all the turkey that was consumed the day before.
The stairs take a bend where the lighthouse is not visible. On regular intervals, they have this side areas where you one can catch their breath or to take photos. One can get winded, even those who look young and fit.
We’re almost there. A few more steps (panting* panting* tongue hanging out*)
Let’s enjoy the scenery and investigate the lighthouse. Many people take photos of themselves. I forgot to take photos of me, I was too busy with the sweeping views.
Oh no, now we begin to climb up. I don’t know if you can see, but the bottom most step is numbered 302. Yes, this is the most painful part of the visit.
If you want to see more of other people’s world or to show yours, this is where you want to go.