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County Line Road is picturesque as it winds through chaparral and oak woodlands with amazing views off to the east

County Line Road is picturesque as it winds through chaparral and oak woodlands with amazing views off to the east I walk down the Hartman Trail a few hundred feet and look back up toward County Line Road.ThumbnailsBoard Spring Road veers off County Line Road into the brush in the middle of the photo on a slight downhill along the edge of the mountain.I walk down the Hartman Trail a few hundred feet and look back up toward County Line Road.ThumbnailsBoard Spring Road veers off County Line Road into the brush in the middle of the photo on a slight downhill along the edge of the mountain.I walk down the Hartman Trail a few hundred feet and look back up toward County Line Road.ThumbnailsBoard Spring Road veers off County Line Road into the brush in the middle of the photo on a slight downhill along the edge of the mountain.I walk down the Hartman Trail a few hundred feet and look back up toward County Line Road.ThumbnailsBoard Spring Road veers off County Line Road into the brush in the middle of the photo on a slight downhill along the edge of the mountain.I walk down the Hartman Trail a few hundred feet and look back up toward County Line Road.ThumbnailsBoard Spring Road veers off County Line Road into the brush in the middle of the photo on a slight downhill along the edge of the mountain.

County Line Road is picturesque as it winds through chaparral and oak woodlands with amazing views off to the east (left) toward the Orestimba Valley. I had originally considered heading all the way down to that valley today before deciding that I need a "day off."