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Angel Island

Weather permitting, Angel Island – the largest natural island in the San Francisco Bay – is easily visible from bayside Marin, San Francisco and the East Bay. So close, and yet… of course, being an island, it’s surrounded by water, … Continue reading

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Honolulu Hikes

On our recent visit to Honolulu, Eric and I made it out on two hikes. One I’d done before, and one was new! The one I’d done before – actually, now that I think about it, probably the only hike … Continue reading

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Junipero Serra Peak Hike

My default outdoor activity is cycling, so you’re probably wondering if that ‘h’ should actually be a ‘b’. But no, it’s not a typo. True, hiking is one of those things I don’t do so often, but whenever I do … Continue reading

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Mt. Sutro

Between two houses on Stanyan Street in San Francisco we took a set of stairs and suddenly found ourselves in a forest! We followed a trail that wound around beneath a canopy of eucalyptus, eventually popping out in a meadow … Continue reading

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2017 Heart Mountain hike

Optional Hike up Heart Mountain caught my eye on the Pilgrimage schedule. It was on Sunday, after the official program had ended, and listed as limited to 20 participants, so no doubt it would have a different vibe than the … Continue reading

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Muir Ramble Route

This book was an unexpected find at the Bay Area Printers’ Fair and Wayzgoose last year. Peter and Donna Thomas are book artists and papermakers, they are also adventurers. They have a gypsy caravan that they travel around with, and, … Continue reading

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