I started my walk out of Roads End State Recreation site and down on to the beach. The weather was brisk but clear. The soft sand was pleasant to walk on. Eventually I exited the beach and climbed back up to Port Street and followed it to the dead end. At the metal gate there is a narrow passageway that you enter to start the hike up to God's Thumb. It is a very muddy trail and slippery in spots, so care must be taken. Everything is quite beautiful and gets better as you go. You finally break out into the open and then proceed up the exceedingly steep trail to the summit of God's Thumb. Great views up there and I reflected on the quote by Frank Lloyd Wright who said, "I believe in God, only I spell it Nature" and enjoying the view up on the summit of the Thumb I believe that statement to be true. I carefully worked my way back down to level ground and proceeded back to Roads End. A very satisfying hike and one I recommend.
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