To get to Green Gulch Farm and Zen Center, we parked at Muir Beach and walked away from the water, down the valley. The walk itself is very easy, very flat and relaxing.

That's me and Stan on the path.

And that's me and Judy, coming closer to the farm.

They grow organic produce, which they use in their San Francisco restaurant.

Mark decided he wanted to grow things to make our own herbal teas. I'm open to that. Mostly I want to grow tasty things.

(I want to note that there was a picture here of Timprov apparently doing karate. Only Mark says that it was Timprov attempting to have his picture not taken. So don't blame me that there aren't close-ups of Timprov.)

I thought it was neat how they had trained the trees along the fence.

Mark particularly liked these, and he wants a telephoto lens next time we get a camera. We'll see what we can do.

(Sorry--there are more pictures than I thought, but I don't have a lot to say about most of them.)

Mark also wants some of these in our backyard in Eagan. Okay.