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awaken at the beach

Winter is my favorite time of year; I love the journey to the year’s shortest day and the new pilgrimage for the year’s longest day. Precious the light of day and the warmth of the sun; most welcome is the night when blessed with a good book by the fire and my cat curled sleeping in my lap. 328 more words

Vernacular Landscape

Shark Bites Surfer’s Foot In Waters Off Coast Of Marin County

POINT REYES (CBS SF) — A surfer was bitten on the foot by a shark Saturday near the mouth of Drakes Estero, an estuary off the coast of Marin County. 103 more words

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The Lighthouse

Throwback Thursday on our Point Reyes trip last December 28, 2016. My hubby took me to The Point Reyes Lighthouse to celebrate my birthday weekend. Unfortunately, we did not make it all the way down the lighthouse station because the gate was closed but from the gate, you can still see the station overlooking the magnificent water of the Pacific Ocean. 64 more words

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Nearly Half Of California Coast Is Vulnerable To Erosion, Report Finds

SAN DIEGO (KPIX 5) — A new report from UC San Diego highlights three locations around the Bay Area that have seen major cliff erosion: Daly City, Point Reyes and Martins Beach. 233 more words

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Scientists Examining Beached Whale At Point Reyes

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – A dead whale washed ashore at Point Reyes National Seashore on Christmas Eve, according to the Marine Mammal Center.

A team from the California Academy of Sciences went out to examine the whale, which is thought to be a male humpback around 30 feet long, on Christmas Day, a center spokeswoman said. 153 more words

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Point Reyes Photos

Photos from a trip around Pt. Reyes. Some different subjects for me: fences, old farm equipment and a ruined boat. And some usual ones: Turkey Vultures, lichens and plants. 31 more words

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