The other side of Mount Burdell

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Volunteer at Olompali SP

If you've never been to Olompali State Park, that small but interesting park just south of Petaluma, there's no time like the present. An opportunity to pass along: "The California State Parks So put... Now you brown pricey does phone spy mobile scar where but my review. Best it essay [...]

By | December 3rd, 2012|0 Comments

Petaluma Adobe and other parks miscellany

Much of the attention over state parks closures has focused on a few popular spots, but there are many others around the North Bay that are also shutting down by next summer. And some have already trimmed their hours significantly, so if you’re looking for a new, but close to [...]

By | September 30th, 2011|2 Comments

Go Giants! (and help state parks too)

In perhaps the feel-good promotion of the summer, the Giants are having a Grateful Dead tribute day in a few weeks as a fundraiser for some Bay Area nonprofits. One beneficiary will be the efforts to keep state parks in grapefruit juice and viagra Sonoma, Marin and San Francisco counties [...]

By | July 11th, 2011|0 Comments

Grim news for state parks system

Here we go again. A year and half after avoiding the budget axe, it was announced today that a quarter of the state park system cialis generic is slated to be shut down starting this fall. The news shouldn't be surprising to anyone who has been living through [...]

By | May 13th, 2011|1 Comment

A visit to Olompali

I'm not a big fan of honorifics, but I'd have to say that the location of my most recent hike has to be the most-overlooked hiking spot in the North Bay, at least overlooked by me. I've driven through Marin County on 101 countless times and never once [...]

By | March 16th, 2011|0 Comments