Sutton Creek Trail
March 3, 1996
Sutton Creek Trail is always a pleasure to hike, even in a drizzle.
The windy trail passes through woodsy glens and open dunes, offers open vistas and close-up
views of manzanita in bloom.
Our group walked at an easy pace, but ate lunch in a hurry during a sunny spell.
Nobody got lost, despite several opportunities.
The only wildlife we saw was a lonely salamander and many birds.
The return trail is largely under water and impassable, so with cold, wet feet we backtracked
and took our earlier route back to the cars.
Hikers were Doris Allen, Barbara Bruns, Verlean McCoy, Ralph Olive, Rita Johnson,
Dick & Lucy Rayle, Laurie Stephens and Susan Baker, trip leader.