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Dixie Schoolhouse

Located in Marinwood next to Miller Creek Middle School, the Dixie Schoolhouse is both historically and architecturally significant in relationship to early California. Not only does it provide a valuable link to the well-known James Miller family, but it is…
Alpine Dam

Alpine Dam near Fairfax, CA. Functional. Secluded. Mysterious. photo: G.C.
Heart’s Desire Beach

Heart’s Desire Beach in West Marin is a great place for family outings and picnics. Avoid holiday weekends unless you like the crowds.
Stinson Beach

Stinson Beach may not have the warm waters of Southern California, but it offers spectacular views, meditative waters, and fine sand to polish your feet. This quaint beach town is full of curiosities waiting to be discovered. Locals can easily…
Point Reyes Hiking

Discover Point Reyes Hiking! There are around 150-miles of trails in the Point Reyes National Seashore. Find over 300-miles of hiking on the peninsula shared with how far each trip was, how long it took, and photos, on the Point…
Looking Eastward

Looking eastward toward San Francisco by way of the Golden Gate Bridge from the Marin Headlands. photo: G.C. The aim of this website is to simply highlight locally made arts, goods, businesses, and other cool stuff unique to Marin County,…
Mountains View

Mountains view: atop Mt. Tamalpais with Mt. Diablo in the far background. photo: G.C.
Ross Tree Art

A dead cypress tree in Ross, CA, has been carved into a fanciful work of art. photo: G.C.
Sun Ray Over San Francisco Bay

An inspiring view of San Francisco Bay looking toward San Francisco from atop Mt. Tamalpais. The aim of this website is to simply highlight locally made arts, goods, businesses, and other cool stuff unique to Marin County, California. photo: G.C.