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Santa Teresa Hike – BionicOldGuy

Santa Teresa Hike – BionicOldGuy

I rode my recumbent bike to Santa Teresa Park at the entrance to the Bernal/Joice ranch, where we made a brisk four-mile loop with an elevation gain of 850 feet. The hills are still green and there were many beautiful wild flowers. It was two hours and forty minutes of cycling plus walking for me, a good outing.

Half way overlooking South San Jose

Poppies in with the rocks. Coyote Peak in the background

Various wildflower displays

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I am a mechanical engineer born in 1953, Ph. D, Stanford, 1980. I have been in the mechanical CAE field for decades. I also have a lifelong interest in outdoor activities and fitness. I had both hips replaced and a heart valve replacement due to a genetic condition. This blog describes my adventures to stay active despite these bumps in the road. View all posts from BionicOldGuy

Published March 14, 202213 March 2022

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