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Exploring the San Francisco Bay area

Mount Tamalpais is a peak in Marin County, California. It’s just north of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge. It has redwood groves and oak woodlands with a spectacular view from the 2,571-foot peak. 109 more words

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Loving the forests of my homeland, Mt Tamalpais

Home sweet home. Cool shade, soft air, and damp earth, beside flowing water, under patient boughs, and between sagacious trunks. Jungles are great, but I never appreciated the particulars of my homeland forests until I’d seen their contrasts. 370 more words

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Half Day Trek at Mount Tamalpais

Goedemorgen and Cómo Estás, friends! I finally put my life on hold in Manhattan, and at the moment, I am brushing up on my Dutch and Spanish to prepare for new adventures in 2015 ;-). 236 more words

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A half hour after I land in San Francisco, I’m sitting on my brother’s couch watching my niece in her swing. She’s almost three months old and she doesn’t like to be held. 422 more words

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Repack: The World's First Mountain Bike Racecourse

This excerpt is from the chapter on Repack from Fat Tire Flyer by Charlie Kelly.

With a growing circle of clunker owners, by 1976 there were all sorts of informal group activ­ities. 1,014 more words

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Dirt Rag Reviews Fat Tire Flyer!

In a strange twist of history, the magazine inspired by the magazine that inspired the book has reviewed the book. Thanks, Maurice!

Here is Dirt Rag magazine’s first impression of Fat Tire Flyer… 123 more words

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