Where Am I? #18

Many of the easy trails in Sonoma County are along old railroad tracks. In this case, the train track here remains and crosses overhead. Where am I? Leave a comment with your guess. Be as specific as you can.

Where Am I? #17 Winner

Whoa! The first response was so fast, I got a nose bleed. Congratulations Ann! The place is Spring Lake – one of Sonoma County’s favorite-est places to walk and play. This path, called Fisherman’s Trail, takes off north from the boat ramp. Often muddy in winter, it can get a little soggy. Also, it can…

Wednesday’s Walking News: Moms & Other Groups

New Moms Love Walking There is a new group starting through Meetup, called New Moms Love Walking in Santa Rosa. If that fits you, you might want to join them. The kids and a stop at a coffee shop are involved. Can’t pass that up. Senior Walkabouters You may know that I often walk with…

Why Riverfront? Waters High and Muddy

I have wondered and MIke recently asked how Riverfront Regional Park got its name. The Russian River used to run through the area but now lakes are left behind and the river flows by and is not easily seen from the park. So, here’s a question for you – why Riverfront? We don’t usually go…

Where Am I? #16 Winner

All it took was a few more pictures. Denise guessed right first. Congratulations, Denise! Guesses came in for Fort Ross on the blog, Facebook and Google+. No one specified the Call House, though. George Call (after the native people, Russians and Sutter) ranched 8,000 acres on this land starting in 1873. You can take a…