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Category Archives: travel adventure
In 1850, sailors discovered that Redwood Creek emptied into the San Francisco Bay in a natural deep-water channel. Within a year, men began to log the redwood trees of the Santa Cruz Mountains. A village originally called Redwood Landing took … Continue reading
I have a complicated relationship with churches. I haven’t been in many in San Francisco, but Grace Cathedral keeps drawing me back. I’ve been to look at the murals a couple of times and gone to hear Handel’s Messiah there one Christmas … Continue reading
In and around the ordeal with my cat last week, I managed to tour three graveyards. That would have made for an excellent week, if not for what was going on at home. As it was, the graveyards were my sanctuary. … Continue reading
The publisher of Wish You Were Here invited me to explain how I found all the cemeteries I visited in the book. Here’s my answer. Adventures in Cemetery Travel By Loren Rhoads How did I pick all those cemeteries I visited in Wish … Continue reading
Reblogged from Cemetery Travel because I want to spread the word about these tours. I’m really excited about being a part of this! Here’s the link: https://cemeterytravel.com/2014/03/17/bay-area-cemetery-tours/