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Devil Slide Bunker

Devil’s Slide is a name given to a steep, rocky coastal promontory located about midway between Montara and the Linda Mar District of Pacifica. The terrain is characterized by steep, eroded slopes with natural gradients ranging between 30 and 50%. 368 more words

Coastal View

#ThursdayDoors: Cooler by the Coast

I’ve been trying to get back into writing after quite a stint away thus my blogging pace has slowed. However, every now and then I have to get out of the house and when I do I try to snap a picture or two for… 353 more words


Coastside Commuters Demand More Guard Rails Along Highway 1

PACIFICA (KPIX) — Somewhere below the jagged cliffs of the San Mateo coast, beneath the churning surf, Dan Moss hopes he will find the body of his son, Richard. 204 more words


Devil's Slide Bunker and Pacifica State Beach

After being excused from Jury Duty I decided to head over the San Mateo bridge to explore the San Francisco Peninsula just south of the city. 13 more words

Drive Carefully

I say “drive carefully” to my family members any time I know they are going off in the car. We do a lot of driving in California and I usually enjoy driving,but not in crazy rush hour traffic. 149 more words


The Devil's Slide

The picture is a cool geological feature in Utah dusted with snow. It’s not in a national park, so not as well known.

My company and a lovely, relaxing holiday has come and gone. 336 more words


Devil's Slide Trail View

The Devil’s Slide Trail starts from the parking lot at Humber Park in Idyllwild and rewards you almost immediately with great views.  The distance to Saddle Junction (intersection with the Pacific Crest Trail) is 2.5 miles, with an elevation gain of 1,700 ft.   29 more words