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The Bay Trail – Ride # 7 – Map 9 – Oyster Bay Shoreline & MLK Shoreline – San Leandro Bay

[You can see all these images, plus more, in  high resolution: here]

This was my seventh bike ride, as I travel 350 of the 500 miles of the S.F. Bay Trail completed so far, continuing north on the east side of the Bay.

In late October, the sky was overcast, although [Read More…]

The Bay Trail – Ride # 7 – Map 9 – Oyster Bay Shoreline & MLK Shoreline – San Leandro Bay2022-06-12T01:09:32+00:00

The Bay Trail – Ride #6 – Maps 8-9 – Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center to San Leandro Marina

[You can see all these images, plus more, in  high resolution: here.]

On my sixth bike ride of my quest to travel 350 miles of the San Francisco Bay Trail completed so far, I continued north along the east side of the Bay.  Hoping for needed rains in late October [Read More…]

The Bay Trail – Ride #6 – Maps 8-9 – Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center to San Leandro Marina2022-05-18T18:52:36+00:00

The Bay Trail – Ride #5 – Map 8 – Eden Landing Ecological Reserve: Worth Its Weight in Salt!

[You can see all these images, plus more, in high resolution: here ]

This is my fifth bike ride on my quest to travel 350 of the 500 miles of the S.F. Bay Trail completed so far, continuing north on the east side of the Bay. 

The directions to this location on Bay [Read More…]

The Bay Trail – Ride #5 – Map 8 – Eden Landing Ecological Reserve: Worth Its Weight in Salt!2022-05-18T18:54:39+00:00

The Bay Trail – Ride #4 – Top of Map 7 – Fremont – Newark Slough Trail – Dumbarton Bridge Fishing Pier

[You can see all these images, plus more, in  high resolution,  here.]

This is my fourth bike ride as I travel 350 of the 500 miles completed so far S. F. Bay Trail.

As I explore new parts of the Bay Trail, I drive further and further each time.  For [Read More…]

The Bay Trail – Ride #4 – Top of Map 7 – Fremont – Newark Slough Trail – Dumbarton Bridge Fishing Pier2022-05-18T18:59:26+00:00

A Blessing for the Biologists of the Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge Who Count Endangered Birds Each Winter

May the waters of the slough drop low enough to let the airboat pass under the pedestrian bridge.

May the King tide then raise the water so high that the endangered Ridgway Rails and Soras appear.

So often they hide in the pickleweed when waters are [Read More…]

A Blessing for the Biologists of the Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge Who Count Endangered Birds Each Winter2021-08-16T00:22:33+00:00
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