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I've completely lost the trail to Yerba Buena campsite because grasses have taken over.

I've completely lost the trail to Yerba Buena campsite because grasses have taken over. After signing in for backpacking sites at Henry Coe State Park headquarters, I head down to the hidden Yerba Buena campsite.ThumbnailsI finally make it to the Yerba Buena campsite with its picnic tables hidden in the shade of many big old oak trees.After signing in for backpacking sites at Henry Coe State Park headquarters, I head down to the hidden Yerba Buena campsite.ThumbnailsI finally make it to the Yerba Buena campsite with its picnic tables hidden in the shade of many big old oak trees.After signing in for backpacking sites at Henry Coe State Park headquarters, I head down to the hidden Yerba Buena campsite.ThumbnailsI finally make it to the Yerba Buena campsite with its picnic tables hidden in the shade of many big old oak trees.After signing in for backpacking sites at Henry Coe State Park headquarters, I head down to the hidden Yerba Buena campsite.ThumbnailsI finally make it to the Yerba Buena campsite with its picnic tables hidden in the shade of many big old oak trees.After signing in for backpacking sites at Henry Coe State Park headquarters, I head down to the hidden Yerba Buena campsite.ThumbnailsI finally make it to the Yerba Buena campsite with its picnic tables hidden in the shade of many big old oak trees.

I've completely lost the trail to Yerba Buena campsite because grasses have taken over. But I know I'm really close because I remember how it was the last time I was here. The bike tumbled down a couple of times as I cut steeply across non-trail areas trying to rejoin the trail.