If you have ever walked across the Golden Gate Bridge, flown a kite along the waterfront in Tiburon, rollerbladed along the Foster City levee, hiked through the San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge or built sandcastles on Robert W. Crown Beach on Alameda’s main Island, you have experienced part of the San Francisco Bay Trail. Read more >> about Bay Farm Blog: More on the Bay Trail
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Bay Farm Island is encircled by a picturesque, multipurpose path that’s more than six miles long. It’s part of the San Francisco Bay Trail. Every day, joggers, cyclists, dog walkers and parents pushing baby strollers gambol along its route.
A journey around the entire circuit can evoke a multitude of thoughts and emotions, inspired by what is visible along the way. Read more >> about Bay Farm Blog: A journey along the Bay Trail
Welcome to the first post for my new blog for The Alamedan, one that offers news from Bay Farm Island. Living here since 2001, I have come to love and cherish this corner of the universe and consider it unique, perhaps even special. Read more >> about Bay Farm Blog: An introduction