That looks....unsafe.Repack Rider said:Here I am with my crew, floating a 1200 pound, $60,000 concert grand piano into the back of a Sausalito houseboat. Had to do it that way because it wouldn't make the turn into the front door.
I'm to the right of #05.
I wonder if anyone else has as much fun at work as I do.
I like your pics, Joe. The first shot almost looks like my seagull shot but opposite side of the bay. Top of incline, yeah, I agree, that only means you have about 15 minutes of climbing to go to the glorious bench with the view. The only good thing about that sign is that the speed increases slightly for more cooling effect. I think that sign refers to the top of where they'd bring in the car for hauling out the "red gold" back in 1800's. Red gold is what they called the redwood lumber so I heard. The Pacific Madrone is one of my favorites too. I planted one at my old house and its growing in beautifully. I need one at my current house. Like that cruiser too.Joe Steel said:Crazy signs --
"Top"....?? Are you kidding me? There's several miles ahead of you...
This isn't really bi-lingual is it?
scrolling through the picture file I found some trees from over the years.hollister said:I'm gonna have to with manzanita in the rain(not counting black oak)
sorry, no pics