Monthly Archives: March 2011

Press on?

Today I’m giving myself a gold star for pressing on in less than ideal weather conditions. But first, a small confession: Today’s walk was not on the Bay Area Ridge Trail, but rather was a training walk on a paved … Continue reading

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Coyote Creek Parkway – north end

For this hike I returned to the Coyote Creek Parkway for another long training walk, part of marathon training.  I’ve been gradually increasing the distance and today I was aiming for about 18 miles. This section of the Bay Area … Continue reading

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Hiddenbrooke Trail

The Hiddenbrooke Trail is a relatively short trail in the American Canyon area just off I-80 between Cordelia and Vallejo, straddling the Napa-Solano county line.  Since it is along the I-80 corridor it is a convenient short hike on the … Continue reading

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