Full day of hiking and exploring for 6 kids (ages 7-14), my mother who is 74, and 5 middle age types. We ate our way through the morning hike. I had no idea that it would be an edible berry, flower, root tour and that made the day for me. Must have tried 20 different items including the watermelon berry which tasted like a cross between watermelon and cucumbers. Every 25 yards it seemed like there was something new to try. The kids loved the tide pooling in the afternoon and the visit to the archaeological site. I was very nervous about how 12 family members across a broad age span would do on a full day tour, but it was a hit up and down the line and was not physically demanding. The morning tour to lost lake wasn't a stunning walk - but Howard's narrative was absolutely engaging to the entire group. One warning - our kids learned a song "Sea Stars Are Not Star Fish" there that they sang in the minivan for the next 5 days.
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