Missing Link Walk

No not the evolutionary missing link, but that connection of trails I haven’t yet walked.

In honor of silliness or a challenge:

Here’s another missing link
We’ll see what you think.

Bridge and Rail Cross Santa Rosa Creek

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Walking Santa Rosa Creek

Way past time to take a peek

At what’s connected to wha’

ramp trail to Joe Rodota

Joe Rodota Trail from Greenway
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From Prince Memorial Greenway.

For those who don’t mind highway

Joe Rodota Trail under Hwy 12
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(You know, bicyclist freaks)

who don’t care for restored creeks.
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Santa Rosa Creek
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From where I strolled and stood.

It’s not pretty, but so good.

The Joe Rodota Trail will do.

Joe Rodota Trail in Roseland
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Sorry words by Lynn Millar

Photos by Mike Millar

Joe Rodota trail connects Sebastopol to Santa Rosa on a paved trail (on an old railroad bed) in less than 3 flat miles. It runs near Hwy 12 until this link over to the Greenway.

Responding to a WordPress writing challenge, this entry was an attempt to do something completely different. In this case, I wrote a poem, that started in my head sounding like a limerick, but ended with some forced rhymes. I spent more time attempting to make a table and/or spacing work matching words and pictures, than on the poem. Hopefully, you can find your way down this straight shot trail.

Keep Sonoma Clean

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