Monthly Archives: August 2015

Rosie the Riveter

San Francisco, Wednesday Aug 26 2015 Most WW 2 stories extoll the courage and sacrifice of the thousands of GI’s who fought and lost their lives in Europe and the Pacific. However the story of the backstage of the war, … Continue reading

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Yosemite again

I messed  up with the last post, could not finish it and add pictures. Sorry guys. I was saying that the hikers we saw are mostlty Americans ( no foreign tourists), Caucasians( no African Americans), well read ( no rednecks). … Continue reading

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Hiking in the Yosemite

San Francisco, tuesday Aug 26 201 From the bike to the hike,the difference is in degree rather than in nature. Borh are physically demanding, both are outdoor activities,both create a special link to nature. But hiking in the wilderness of … Continue reading

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San Francisco, what else?

SF, thursday Aug 13, 2015 We are now resting 2 days in SF, after a wonderful 600 miles ride across nothern California. Everything has already been said since 1850 about SF, one of the most attractive place in the world … Continue reading

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Heaven on earth

Marshall, Marin County, CAF, Aug 10 , 2015 In the last 3 days we rode southward from Fort Bragg, heading back to San Francisco. In my imagination and experience of a few shorelines ( Florida, Costa Brava in Spain, French … Continue reading

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Pacific Coast 

Fort Braggs, California, Friday Aug 7 , 2015 Ride across the endless vineyards of the Napa and Sonoma valleys, head North West through a majestic redwood forest, reach the Pacific coast: within a few hours you will sweat in a … Continue reading

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Lafayette logs readwood trees and drinks California champaign.

Healdsburg , CA, aug 4 th 2015 Our bikes have been taking us in the last 3 days across the beautiful Napa Valley and its family vineyards, two of which we visited thoroughly: the Rutherford vineyard and the Korbel champain … Continue reading

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