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Pt. Reyes Kayaking Trip - Adventure in My Own Backyard

I used to live on a sailboat.  I’ve sailed over 7000 nautical miles, and 4000 of those were totally alone, up and down the Mexican coastline.   306 more words

Left Behind

A forgotten boat sits at the mercy of the unpredictable weather at California Point Reyes National Seashore. Below the waters behind this boat lies one of the most important geologic faults in the world: San Andreas Fault. 31 more words

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Marin County Restaurants And Tomales Bay Oyster Sue Feds To Stop Drakes Bay Closure

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A Tomales Bay oyster business and several Marin County restaurants have sued the U.S. Interior Department in federal court in San Francisco in a bid to block the July 31 closure of the Drakes Bay Oyster Co. 337 more words

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Nature Calls: Exploring Tomales Bay

For the urban family whose closest commune with nature is fighting off the pigeons trying to pick off their brunch leftovers, our untamed neighbor to the north, Tomales Bay, is the perfect place to let the little ones tap into their inner wild child. 597 more words

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Hog Island Oyster Co.

Off to the north of San Francisco, past the forest of sequoias, and up a winding path by Tomales Bay, we—my brother, his friends, and I—arrived at a charming place called… 143 more words

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Olema Hill Triptych

In the 1990s my wife and I lived in the village of Olema. A half mile from our home, on Olema Hill, is the northern terminus of the Bolinas Ridge Trail.  606 more words

SAN FRANCISCO-BAY AREA

What I commonly refer to as “The Bay” is more than just San Francisco but the entire Bay area. The Bay is easy to navigate and you will not find yourself confined to San Francisco, but exploring Oakland, Alameda, Sausalito, Wine Country, etc are all within an hour drive or metro ride. 1,530 more words

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