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Mt. Diablo is one of the ecological and historical treasures of the East Bay.  It has an extensive trail system, interesting (and very friendly) wildlife, amazing rock formations, beautiful wildflowers in the spring, fossilized evidence of previous inhabitants, and an unparalleled 360 degree view from its 3,800 foot summit.

Mt. Diablo is one of the ecological and historical treasures of the East Bay. It has an extensive trail system, interesting (and very friendly) wildlife, amazing rock formations, beautiful wildflowers in the spring, fossilized evidence of previous inhabitants, and an unparalleled 360 degree view from its 3,800 foot summit.

Bean Hollow State Beach | The hugely underrated San Mateo coastline hides some of Northern California's most scenic beaches. Each will remind why you live in California, but the wide crescent sand shore at Bean Hollow might just be our favorite. Follow a narrow trail up and over a bluff blanketed with ice plant and discover a moonscape of tide pools and sandstone rock formations. Note that there are two distinct areas and corresponding parking lots. You want the southernmost one.

Bean Hollow State Beach | The hugely underrated San Mateo coastline hides some of Northern California's most scenic beaches. Each will remind why you live in California, but the wide crescent sand shore at Bean Hollow might just be our favorite. Follow a narrow trail up and over a bluff blanketed with ice plant and discover a moonscape of tide pools and sandstone rock formations. Note that there are two distinct areas and corresponding parking lots. You want the southernmost one.

Pismo State Beach is 17 miles long.  It stretches from Pismo Beach in the north to Oceano in the south.

Pismo State Beach is 17 miles long. It stretches from Pismo Beach in the north to Oceano in the south.

Wienerschnitzel formerly at 1529 Park Street (Alameda, CA)  How many Cili Kraut dogs did I eat there!

Wienerschnitzel formerly at 1529 Park Street (Alameda, CA) How many Cili Kraut dogs did I eat there!

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