A Wild Ramble Near Golden Gate Bridge

This is a beautiful article from The New York Times that we enjoyed very much. It is written as if you are on the journey with the writer, enjoying every site and sound. Enjoy!

Here is the beginning:

MARIN COUNTY, just north of San Francisco, cradles wealthy bedroom communities in picturesque bays. But nearly half of the county’s 520 square miles is protected open space — bucolic and wild, its tiny towns separated by forested mountains.

It is the kind of landscape, with miles of well-maintained trails, that people travel across the globe to traverse — to Wales, say, or the Cinque Terre. But Marin, particularly its western reaches, offers something for anyone spry enough to walk a mile or two, on any budget.

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