Muir Woods National Monument is my first and favorite forest. To this date, they are the tallest trees I’ve ever seen. I was ten the first time I walked amongst these tree friends. Every hike gets compared to Muir Woods’ redwood trees. Continue reading
The Japanese Tea Garden is located in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco and it’s the oldest Japanese Garden in the US. It was originally built for the World’s Fair, the California Midwinter International Exposition of 1894. Continue reading
In one of San Francisco’s hilliest sections sits Grace Cathedral, an Episcopal Cathedral. It was founded in 1849 during the California Gold Rush. It’s an amazing structure and one of our favorite places to visit. Continue reading
San Francisco was founded on June 29, 1776 by Spanish colonists. It is named for the Italian saint St. Francis of Assisi. The city grew rapidly during the California Gold Rush Days of 1849. It’s a great but hilly walking city. Continue reading
City by the bay…
2 hours south of SF is one of the most beautiful places – Carmel by the Sea. You need flashlights to get around at night, the food is good, art galleries a delight and nature close by.