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Overturned Tanker Spills 6,000 Gallons Of Milk, Closing Hwy 1 In Marin County

INVERNESS (CBS SF) — A portion of state Highway 1 in Marin County near Tomales Bay where a truck overturned and spilled thousands of gallons of milk late Sunday morning has reopened, according to the California Highway Patrol. 155 more words


Body Of Third Missing Marin County Fisherman Found Wednesday

MARIN COUNTY (CBS SF) — A Sonoma County sheriff’s helicopter crew on Wednesday found the body of one of the two men who remained missing after a… 207 more words


Friday Five

1. Last weekend, I had a bit of a staycation and became obsessed with Marin County. It was only supposed to be a few hours in some tiny little town called Marshall, CA for (other people to eat) oysters and catching up. 221 more words


Day 2 of a Weekend Getaway in San Francisco and Nearby

Continuing our San Francisco adventure on another beautiful January day, we decided to venture out of the City for some visual, and culinary, treats!  But first, we had to make a couple of stops in San Francisco to see some more incredible views on our way to the Golden Gate Bridge.  723 more words


All About Oysters

I love eating oysters. Any which way–raw, smoked, barbequed or fried–but I really had no idea how they were farmed or grown. So when the opportunity came up last week to visit & tour  1,030 more words


Pt. Reyes Resurrection ramblings

I am the green verdant orange poppy filled fields

I am the rolling steel grey fog

I am new shoots pushing up up up through crusty fertile black earthy soil… 249 more words

Life Journey Herstory

Pictures at an exhibition

In Bernard Berenson: A Life in the Picture Trade, Rachel Cohen describes how Berenson, revolutionized art history by his beliefs that  “one did not need to be steeped in history or iconography in order to respond to paintings…one could  be in an active relationship with paintings…one’s own private and profound experiences of them was not just for the rich or gifted but a natural capacity of the human mind and therefore available to everybody.”  Paintings, wrote Berenson, “hate people that come to them with anything but perfect abandon.” This month an exhibit of my watercolors hangs at the… 508 more words

Vernacular Landscape