Pouring out rememberance

I enjoyed seeing the painting of Angela Davis on my most recent visit to the de Young Museum last summer. I still remember seeing her on the television news as a child, although I was then too young to understand the reasons behind her activism. Although some of these works of art are very difficult to look at and think […]

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Exploring Main Street

The first time I explored downtown Point Arena was in September 2021. I recall that day I walked only a short way along the Shoreline Highway (AKA Highway 1) which makes up the town’s main street because the day was chilly and gray, and the cold wind was gusting right in my face as I headed down the hill. Still, […]

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Spring will come!

of; there are neighbors nearby who have been without power for nearly seven days now, thanks to broken power poles still waiting to be repaired. Thus far (knock wood) we’ve only lost power one time, for a few hours in the middle of the night. Our county parks are temporarily closed due to the high river levels and storm damage. […]

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Winter ponds

On the final day of 2022, I’m looking at some more images from our recent stay in Texas. It did get pretty cold, but the Dallas-Fort Worth area only caught the tailing edge of the winter storm that caused so much misery in the eastern U. S. We had ice but no snow; and by the time we caught our […]

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Agate Bridge and Puerco Pueblo

It seems all too obvious to me that such an ancient artifact as the Agate Bridge should be protected and cherished — and that includes NOT standing or walking on it! But I suppose we all need to learn so that we can do better in the future. You may notice the slab of concrete that’s now supporting the petrified […]

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Elephant Seal Overlook

In late August I made a quick overnight trip to Point Reyes; and while I didn’t have enough time to seriously explore everything I hoped to see I did get a look at the headlands and spend awhile at the Chimney Rock Trailhead. Even though it wasn’t the prime season for elephant seal watching — that happens between December and […]

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