Here are selected photos from the Bay Nature Publisher’s Circle hike at Rockville Trails with Solano Land Trust on the sunny day of May 11, 2013. Our hike of approximately five miles through quintessential inner coast range oak woodlands and grasslands afforded us expansive views of the surrounding hills and valleys. [Photos by David Loeb, Joan Hamilton, and Carrie Adams]
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