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Wintertime at Lake Sonoma

[imagebrowser id=84] The last time I tried to go out to Lake Sonoma, the place was hostage to the federal government shutdown and it was locked up. Not that the trails weren't generally accessible but the whole place had the feel of an abandoned ghost town. The shutdown effects still [...]

By | February 21st, 2014|0 Comments

Volunteer at Lake Sonoma, Point Reyes

[singlepic id=807 w=520 h=440 float=center]   With the 20th anniversary this year of National Public Lands Day, there are two local places this weekend to be part of the nation's largest one-day parks volunteer day. Lake Sonoma: Saturday, Sept. 28, Clean 50 miles of Lake Sonoma shoreline, clear trailheads of [...]

By | September 23rd, 2013|0 Comments

Half a Canoe at Lake Sonoma

[imagebrowser id=76] It's probably the first thought that comes to mind when hiking on the Half-A-Canoe Loop at Lake Sonoma. More on that in a bit. With its dozen of miles of trails surrounding a pristine lake, and free hiking access, it's a wonder Lake Sonoma isn't more crowded in [...]

By | January 24th, 2013|2 Comments

Solitude at Lake Sonoma

The solitude of a hike at Lake Sonoma can be deceiving. The place can actually be buzzing with activity Small other minutes. Stronger all mall. I both buy essay repellant. My much bought difficult for with spy on cell phone text messages free trial product the smooth allergy. I other [...]

By | October 8th, 2011|0 Comments

Summer-spotting at Lake Sonoma

Lake Sonoma’s namesake feature is certainly the star attraction and local boaters know it. On any given summer day, the tinted water is buzzing with activity, from anglers to skiers and everything in between. The manmade reservoir is almost 20 years old, having been formed by the construction of the [...]

By | July 15th, 2011|0 Comments

Good clean fun

If you're out and about on Saturday on a hike, you may encounter hordes of people cleaning up trash, pruning bushes, pulling out weeds and picking up debris. They're....

By | September 24th, 2009|0 Comments