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Tideline art gallery

The co-action of waves, surge, sand and tides leaving shells, bones, wood and algae creates constantly changing tideline art galleries. Enjoy the mini-portraits of this ephemeral seaside artwork. 6 more words

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Mt Tams Bounty

I was up on Mt. Tamalpais again last night with several friends hoping for another epic fog sunset.  Well the fog never arrived, but gave us just enough to add to this beautiful sunset, nonetheless.   64 more words

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Nature is calling

Join the David Suzuki Foundation 30×30 Challenge by spending 30 minutes a day in nature for 30 days in May. Enjoy yourself, get healthier and become more familiar with your local environment. 6 more words

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Better Boating, Better Beaches

If you’re an avid boater, remember it’s also important to be mindful of how you’re affecting the environment around you while raising your sails.

According to the Division of Boating and Waterways, California has “one of the highest levels of recreational boating in the nation.” 178 more words

Bad spring for California sea lions

It looks like another bad spring for sea lions, especially in Southern California, although we’re also seeing some signs along the Central California coast. This spring thousands of sea lions, mostly youngsters, that are weak and undernourished are showing up on California beaches. 125 more words

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California Coastline Camping Fun

With fall fast approaching and the weather getting cooler in most areas, there’s no better time to grab your gear and go camping!

The great thing about camping is that the possibilities are endless! 347 more words

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Surf Skimmers

I love watching Pelicans.  They really have such a grace about them.

Happy Thursday everyone!

And just so you know…my SF Giants won the 2014 World Series!!!

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