Monthly Archives: July 2011

Grace inspects and harvests her garden

It’s been a couple of weeks since Grace inspected her garden. Now the seeds she planted are at their peak. She knows about the magical beans that are purple on the vine and green when cooked. It took some hunting … Continue reading

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Ending a good visit on the Sawyer Camp trail

On the way up to SFO this morning, the Dawn Jogger and visitor Gail stopped for brisk walk along the Sawyer Camp trail. It’s one of the few places where you can get up close to the Crystal Springs reservoir. … Continue reading

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Early entrepreneurship, the Silicon Valley way

In hopes of burning off the calories from a delicious dinner last night at Station One in advance of birthday lunch for friend at Madera today, the Dawn Jogger headed off on the five-mile Stanford loop run this morning, leaving … Continue reading

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Big bridge, small Gail

The Dawn Jogger hasn’t much thought about the San Mateo bike bridge over San Francisquito Creek being a large structure. But it sure looked that way this morning when friend Gail tried to look over the top to the water … Continue reading

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Bride mirage Dish top

Friend Gail is in town, the temps are due to heat up, so morning excursion to the Dish seemed like sensible exercise solution. As we walked, she recalls visiting years ago and talking the same walk with dog Cassie along. … Continue reading

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Tale of the red canoe continues

With the water completely gone from Lake Lagunita, the Dawn Jogger found that some folks had moved the red canoe from its earlier position on the lake bottom to what was once the lake’s beach. (Yes, Stanford used to bring … Continue reading

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Aligned atop the Dish

When the Dawn Jogger got to the top of Big Dish this morning, there was a momentary alignment. In a straight line up from the runner (a woman she usually spots around Lake Lagunita with her two dogs, dogless, of … Continue reading

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