On a boring evening probably about a year after I got married, my husband and I were roaming around Barnes & Nobles in Fremont (which doesn't exist any more) looking at our favorite section - Travel. We were probably preparing for our Peru 2007 trip but a certain book caught our eye, "60 Hikes within 60 Miles, San Francisco," by Jane Huber. I think they produce these types of books for every metropolitan area, like Los Angeles, Seattle, etc.
The book describes 60 detailed hikes in the North Bay, East Bay, Peninsula and South Bay. It also describes hiking recommendations for hikes good for kids, runners, hikes featuring waterfalls, etc. So far we have only hiked six of the 60 featured hikes in this book. Only 54 hikes to go!
I hope this weekend we can do hike no. 5 listed in the book, Jack London State Historic Park. We are going to a friends wedding in Sebastopol, so why not hike before?