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Continuing walking and documenting the western-most portion of the American Discovery Trail (ADT), I backpacked from Virginia City to Tahoe City. From Virginia City to the Tahoe Rim Trail above Carson City, the trail is more characteristic of the Great … Continue reading
Continuing my repeat trips on the American Discovery Trail, this time I backpacked from Berkeley to Clayton, along American Discovery Trail segments 8 and 7. I skipped the walk from Jack London Square to Berkeley, as I knew my feet … Continue reading
Cross-post from my Getting Around Sacramento blog: Getting around… with a knee scooter.
I noticed when browsing back over my posts yesterday that all my Flickr photos are missing, and the album links are broken. I guess when Flickr advertised “for life” they didn’t really mean it. I’ll gradually go back and relink … Continue reading
I have started a new blog – as though I needed something else to do. It is called Getting Around Sacramento, and it collects my thoughts and experiences as a car-free person in the Sacramento region. If you are interested … Continue reading
I am now living in Sacramento. Many friends already know, but I’m sure some to not. I took a job with San Juan Unified School District as a Safe Routes to School Coordinator for the eleven K-8 grade schools in … Continue reading
I have accepted a Safe Routes to School job in the Sacramento area, specifically working for San Juan Unified School District and the nine schools in Citrus Heights. Other partners include WalkSacramento (Complete Streets coordinator Terry Preston generated the grant … Continue reading