Don Edwards Preserve, CA Felix Wong

Hiking at the Sir Edwards Regional Preserve in Newark with Carolyn.

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The weather was beautiful and Carolyn was visiting on this Monday, the first Monday as a free man from the corporate world!  But ironically, like the museums we had tried to visit that morning, everything seemed to be closed... So we ended up doing a nice leisurely hike along the trailes of the Sir Edwards Regional Preserve in Newark. How convenient--a "do-it-yourself" walking tour of the Tidelands Trail. There is interesting flora out here, but unfortunately I do not know the names of any of it. Carolyn reading about something about the fauna in the preserve.  Maybe I should have too so that I could at least name some of them! sir_edwards0205f.jpg Carolyn at the top of the short-but-steep trail, overlooking the salinas (salt ponds) by the Dumbarton Bridge. The visitor center--like seemingly everything else that day--was closed on Mondays, too.  Stil

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