Tennessee Beach arch (Aug. 2010)


News of the collapse of the scenic http://viagraonline-forsex.com/ rock arch on Tennessee Beach in Marin County reminded me of the hikes I took there in recent years. As is often the case at the Marin Headlands, it is generally windy – and gorgeous. I wish I could have stayed on one of those hikes long enough to catch the fading sunlight pass through the opening.

It’s always worth working with the tides best generic cialis online to get down to levitra gel the coves and beaches and play online casino on the giant rock formations.

The Tennessee arch, though now gone generic levitra in canada (it came crumbling down two weeks ago), won’t be forgotten buy levitra online by me or by anybody else who has had the pleasure of hiking there.


1 Comment

  1. Jen

    Thanks for prompting me to glance back at my Tennessee Valley photos from June of last year. I snapped the arch, with people climbing around at its base. I’m glad no one was in that spot when the thing crumbled.

    Why didn’t the PD publish photos of the before/after? I saw them on HuffPo.

    January 9th, 2013 9:42 am

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