Tag Archives: Point Reyes

Poetry in the Ocean: Full Moon, High Tide, and Whale Songs

In early August, I took a visiting friend – a behavioral biologist who studies marine mammals – out to Limantour Beach in Point Reyes. She loved the mountains, the arch of cypress and great eucalyptus trees over the road, the … Continue reading

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Ravens and Love in Point Reyes

After weeks of work, I was thrilled by a recent hike B. and I took to Point Reyes National Seashore, a spectacular stretch of the California coast and a very special place for us. After winding through woodlands of rushing streams … Continue reading

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Geography of Hope

The Geography of Hope environmental literary conference takes place in the northern California town of Point Reyes Station. The former railroad station sits just east of where the San Andreas Fault splits California between the Pacific and the North American … Continue reading

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Tule Elk at Tomales Point

First, I wanted to acknowledge and thank everyone for your incredible outpouring of kindness after my recent post. We feel so lucky, and so loved – and it helps me accept that everything will work out. And now for something … Continue reading

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