As promised from my last post I’m posting photos of “bonsai rock”. I was going to add them to the last post but there were too many to add. Thanks to our friend Liza for letting me know about this place. I would have never found it if not for her mentioning it. There are no signs that will lead you to this place. You will have to park about a mile away at Sand Harbor park, then hike parallel with the freeway. The paved road only have a very narrow space between the railing and the freeway. The other way to access it and get a closer look is through a kayak or SUP. Most of the hike was on a shrubby trail where the trail sometimes disappears. Then as some point, you make a steep descent down the hill towards the lake. Once there, the place is well worth the hike. The main attraction of this place is a very large granite boulder jutting out of the water with some stunted trees and shrubs (looks like a fir tree, ponderosa, and some other I could not identify) growing from the crevices of the rock. Besides this rock however, the entire place is beautiful. I did see some very old manzanita shrubs on my hike down. Also I got some action shots of this guy jumping of the rock and a lizard basking in the sun. Again the photos will not do justice but here they are. Enjoy!