Sugar Pine State Park

Our final family getaway outing takes us to Sugar Pine State Park. The first feature you encounter here is the preserved Hellman-Ehrmann mansion guest house, completed in 1903.

Hellman-Ehrman Mansion

The park also bears the name of Ed Z’berg, a California legislator and nature advocate. We explore a little of the local nature, finding giant sugar pine cones and cute goslings.

Ann with sugar pine cone

Goslings swimming

Goslings on the beach

3 responses to “Sugar Pine State Park”

  1. I’ve been there, some years ago, with the Zen Buddhist who invented that little cardboard tofu box. It’s a wonderful place. I’m feeling bereft that I can’t be there this time.

  2. I kind of remember that those pinecones from the Jeffrey pines? This is just popping up in my brain from someplace, so probably wrong.

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