The Carquinez Strait Regional Park is 1,400 acres along the Sacramento River that comes in two parts. A new section, the George Miller Trail opened last fall for walkers and bicyclists and connects the two sections. It is another portion of the Bay Trail. With views of the Sacramento River on its way to SanContinue reading “Walking on the (Carquinez) Strait”
Once upon a time, Mike and I lived in the East Bay. One of our first walks together was at Pt Pinole. At the time it was a new park on forgotten land jutting into San Pablo Bay. I remember it for squeaky eucalyptus trees. That trail is now closed due to falling limbs.
We went off to visit UC Berkeley Art Museum and thought we’d take a walk first. Having lived in Richmond, we’d choose one of our early places to walk together. Of course, we had different pictures in our heads. Where that was that park? What exit off Hwy 580? We turned off at Bayview Ave.Continue reading “Walking at Pt Isabel and more Bay Trail”
Tilden Park On a recent Saturday, we walked for inspiration in the Berkeley Hills. Tilden Park has various entertainments. When we lived in the East Bay, we often enjoyed a fine stroll in this 2,079 acre park.
We busted out of Sonoma County last Saturday and went to Pt Richmond and to the Oakland Museum in the East Bay. If you want a more typical walk, scroll down the post and read about Pt. Richmond. The Oakland Museum has some of Richmond’s history, so it is all tied together. Mike and IContinue reading “Walking at Pt Richmond and Oakland Museum”