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Carry Big Stick. Walk Loudly.

Taylor is the proverbial bull in a china shop. He stands tall. He walks proudly. He walks loudly. Poor guy as try as he might, and he does try, does not have a gentle bone in his body. 268 more words

Sausalito

Today Is National Dog Day Two. Cos Yesterday Was National Dog Day Too.

Today is Dog Appreciation Day. As far as I am concerned, every day should be Dog Appreciation Day.

I got a note from the “little rascal” yesterday before the crack of dawn. 232 more words

Sausalito

Evidence of E. coli found in Marin Headlands water supply

MARIN COUNTY (KRON) — A warning for Marin County residents Monday night, as officials have found evidence of E. coli in the Marin Headlands water supply. 87 more words

News

Kilroy Was Here: Batteries and Bunkers

Today, the last of my impressions and images — landscape and detailed — of the decommissioned military installations in Bay Area open spaces. My focus has been the Marin Headlands, but you can also explore and hike through this history around San Francisco’s western coast, and on Angel Island. 81 more words

Photography

Eternal Duty

Kilroy was here, and he left this checkpoint mannequin. This image was captured in 2013 at what is now the Nike Missile Site and Cold War Museum: … 43 more words

Photography

Always Something New to Experience in San Francisco

I have seen the Golden Gate Bridge probably about a million times, but it seems like I always seem to find a new view to experience.  253 more words

California

Kilroy Was Here -- Part 3

Hill 88 (see previous two entries in this series about military “ruins”) was the radar control station for the Nike missiles scattered about the Marin Headlands. 31 more words

S.M.Kane Photography