Month: August 2014

Fifty: Ghost City

Continuing the ”Creeks and Rivers of Silicon Valley” year long quest. Subscribe to this blog by entering your email in the sidebar     There is a bonafide ghost town right smack dab in the middle of Silicon Valley! Many don’t know about the little town of Drawbridge, a once thriving community located on the …

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FortyNine: Fog Time

Continuing the “Creeks and Rivers of Silicon Valley” year long quest. Subscribe to this blog by entering your email in the right sidebar>>>>>     The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco. Although some have attributed this quote to Mark Twain, he probably didn’t say it. Anyone who has lived …

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FortyEight: ‘The Jungle’ Fate

Continuing the ‘Creeks and Rivers of Silicon Valley’ year long quest. Subscribe to this blog by entering your email in the right sidebar>>>>>   The largest homeless camp in the United States is right in the heart of affluent Silicon Valley*. Situated just south and less than a mile away of downtown San Jose, there …

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FortySeven: Hunter’s Heaven

Continuing the ˜Creeks and Rivers of Silicon Valley year long quest. Subscribe to this blog by entering your email in the right sidebar>>>>> Yes, there’s even duck hunting in Silicon Valley! Historically, the Ohlone Indians thrived on the wildlife and plants in the South San Francisco Bay. Later on, as immigrants populated the valley, hunters …

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