Extended Stay America - San Rafael - Francisco Blvd East
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... surprise. It's massive and has elements of Central park in NY but not quite the size. You can walk, cycle or Segway in this park. In the park we saw a playground and carousel. I was tempted to ride the carousel but there were only little kids and their parents on it so I passed. We saw Shakespeare Garden - not much Shakespeare here but it was a pretty garden. Mum and their bubs chilling out, people reading. We also saw a lake with a hill called "Strawberry ...
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... farmers' market but it was a wet looking bunch of vendors and we made for nice hot latte inside, followed by a few purchases at the great kitchen shop, Sur la Table and a wander down the Embarcadero. The rain finally let up and we admired all the plantings along the way and on the various levels of the Embarcadero buildings across from the Ferry Building.
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These beautiful iris are one of many native plants thriving in China Camp State Park, not far from where Dave and Dianne live. Jim biked there the last time we came here together and raved about it so it was on my list of things to do on this trip. So while Dianne was working, I borrowed Dave' bike and rode a short distance ...
... below-average rain or snow this winter and the onset of the dry season in April. There are serious concerns about what is to come: an even worse wildfire season than last year and much higher food prices.
Roughly 50 percent of America's fruits and vegetables come from California - and I think 60% of ours - but the agricultural Central Valley is in trouble. Battles over water use are already in the news with farmers up against power companies and other corporate ...