Lily Lake - Berry Creek Loop
April 21, 2002
It was a great day for a walk on the Lily Lake-Berry Creek Loop and Baker Beach.
There is a good trail north from the Baker Beach road on the ridge passing west of Lily Lake
and following Berry Creek back around to the trail to the beach.
Marsh and gorse (spiny shrub) keep people from getting very close to Lily Lake but the view is good.
Geese have no problem reaching the lake.
Baker Beach was easy this day with a very low tide for us.
Because of the snowy plover fence from the Berry Creek outlet to Eton Creek where we turned around,
the walk could be a problem at a very high tide.
The fine for intruding in the snowy plover area was advertised at $100,000.
It was a great group of eleven members and one newcomer.
Hiker were Inge Brouwer, Liz DeShelter, Mary Goldsmith, Yuan Hopkins, John Hudson,
Corinne Hunt, Helen Liguori, Sig Otto, Barbara Sutherland, Michelle Tambellini, Sharon Thomas,
and Mary Ellen West, leader.