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Fun Day at the Exploratorium, Valencia Street and Marin Headlands

Pat, Justine, Lily and Everett are here and we spent the day running around San Francisco.  Our first stop was the Exploratorium at Pier 15. Lily remembered the fresh baguette bread bakery at the Ferry Building so as we drove by to park our cars, we made a schedule adjustment to eat lunch first. 290 more words

Ryan

Muir Woods & Marin Headlands

One of the most magical places we saw in California (which is saying something, considering how beautiful Northern California is) was Muir Woods.  It’s only a half hour drive from San Francisco, but feels like a completely different world. 337 more words

Travel Terminal

Headlands Center for the Arts

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The Artist in Residence (AIR) program awards fully sponsored residencies to approximately 45 local, national, and international artists each year. Artists must not be currently enrolled in an academic program at the time requested residency would take place. 121 more words

Residencies

Spring Wildflowers in the Marin Headlands

When the rainy season this year showed up late and coincided with warm spring days, this created perfect conditions for a burst of wildflowers in the San Francisco Bay Area. 97 more words

Outdoors

On the value of going solo

“Go simple, go solo, go now.” The mantra of the late, great paddling legend Audrey Sutherland is solid advice in all kinds of situations, whether gathering your guts for an extended expedition or simply stealing a solitary weekend. 1,986 more words

Nomad Notes

Golden Gate National Recreation Area - Tennessee Valley Trail

This hike could be characterized as short and sweet: short, at just over 4 miles round trip, and sweet, for the stunning views and beautiful wildflowers.  1,472 more words

Bay Area Ridge Trail

Golden Gate National Recreation Area: Marin Headlands

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National Recreation Area