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Point Reyes, CA | Ride With Me

Organized by Jeanne of the Litas Bay Area, a few of us rode out to Point Reyes National Sea Shore on Saturday, July 23rd.

I rode to the Golden Gate bridge to meet up with Jeanne and Sarah, and took 280N just to make sure I got there on time. 520 more words

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Log of the Shearwater July 21, 2016

Lunch paddle on Tomales Bay

Lunch paddle on Tomales Bay

Lunch paddle on Tomales Bay

This past Thursday, July 21, found me once again, taking the day off of work and joining several BASK friends for the “Thursday Lunch Paddle.” We launched from Nick’s Cove. 148 more words

Nature

Pt. Reyes Wildflowers: Bull Pt. 7/2/16

The Marin CNPS Facebook page has a new posting today with photos of flowers currently blooming on the Bull Point Trail at Pt. Reyes at  Marin Native Plants.

Wildflowers

Log of the Shearwater July 2, 2016

With the tides looking good and Drakes Estero open following the spring seal pupping season we thought we’d go for a paddle. When we arrived though, there was a stiff breeze and fog, and it just looked like slogging into the weather was not going to be much fun, so we headed for Hearts Desire beach, which while only a few miles away is more protected. 69 more words

Nature

Four Days in NorCal

So after my last quarter at UCSC came to a close and my family helped move me out it, we set off to explore many of the more coastal hot spots of NorCal, but never straying too far from the Bay. 1,966 more words

Expeditions

New on 500px : Iconic Point Reyes Shipwreck by jack_j_ou by jack_j_ou

This iconic Point Reyes fishing boat, located near Point Reyes, CA, is arguably the most photographed shipwreck in northern California. The history of this fishing boat is remained as mystery, and attracting many tourists and photographers. 34 more words

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