President Obama had dinner in Woodside this past weekend. Not that had anything to do with my hike in that same town at the same time but if you don’t cheap viagra online in usa know Woodside, that should give you a general indication of the stratospheric tax bracket that populates the place. Nursing a cold or something, I wanted a lower-impact hike on that day so I decided to check out Huddart Park.
It’s a San Mateo County park, about 20 minutes south of San Francisco and is popular among trail runners, casual hikers and families. The park actually has a fairly interesting history. The land is part of a 12,000-plus acre ranch that predated California’s U.S. existence and has since turned over among various entities in the last century before settling into its current status as a regional park. There are several trails to try, most of which include levitra reviews side effects a few short climbs and close proximity to some creeks and gullies. If it’s been raining recently, the levitra didn work ground will be muddy in places but there are no creeks that can’t be easily crossed on foot.
The view throughout our combining levitra with cialis hike was a shaded one, deep in the majestic redwoods and the fragrant evergreens, but there are some exposed hillsides that
provide more open views in places. Our group did a counter-clockwise loop that spanned about eight miles and took just a few hours. A nice mid-day workout that required little exertion but provided a fair amount of reward in terms of the ambiance and natural beauty.
The photos include shots from the archery range, which is the home of the Kings Mountain Archery Group. If you’re into archery, or have some curiosity about the sport, it’s worth checking out, if only to see the impressively technical collection of bows that archers use these days. Not your father’s bow-and-arrow set, to be sure.