The first hike was not well marked - "park past a big sweeping inland turn and take the trail by the green cattle gate." We found it and started down a steep dirt road. We could see a tunnel below us, where the trail went through to a cove.
We followed a stream for awhile. We hiked along many streams that day.
Then we went through the tunnel.
On the other side, the trail continued until it reached the end of the outcropping shoreline.
We watched the surf crash into a small secluded cove for awhile before heading back up the hill. Again, my foot was fine.
We traveled further north to Julia Pfeiffer State Park which is located at the site of the most famous waterfall on the coast. Water spills from the bluff onto the sand below. It is impossible to get down the side of the cliff to the beach so it's beauty is unspoiled.
(We did think that the waterfall looked liked some giant was standing in the trees on the bluff and peeing onto the beach.)
We hiked two more trails after that, up to smaller waterfalls.
We had lunch overlooking the ocean and the fog started to burn off.
It was almost sunny for our afternoon hikes.