Observation Deck Loop: Henry Cowell State Park

Here’s a post about a great place to RV from the perspective of my daughter and her blog about the Bay Area. Makes me want to camp there again soon!

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Pre-Hike Nutrition

If you happen to be in the Santa Cruz area in the morning then I cannot recommend Cafe Brasil enough. It is a small, colorful house located on Mission Street. This was my third time dining there and every time it’s been packed (and for good reason!). Usually the wait time ranges from 20-40 minutes, but they’re very good about getting people seated and fed as quick as possible.

They’re well known for their Açaí Bowls so we made sure to get one before our hike.

IMG_3528 My cousin, Michael, with his junior açaí bowl

The fresh cut fruit on top adds an energizing sweetness to the mix.

IMG_3529 Jon and I split the regular size

Check out their website here to see their menu, address, and hours.

The Hike

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Our hike began in the super beginner section of Henry Cowell: the Redwood Grove. This is a short 3/4 mile…

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Batteries to Bluffs Trail: Presidio of San Francisco

I’m sharing this post from my daughter’s blog. A great hike in the San Francisco Bay Area for any RVer visiting the area and wanting to get some great photos of the Golden Gate from a different perspective. You will also enjoy some great beaches that will make you feel you are in the wilderness instead of the middle of a famous city!

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Have you ever had a relative or friend come visit from out-of-state and felt like you just had to take them to see the Golden Gate Bridge? As much as I feel like this landmark is always awe-inspiring, sometimes it can feel monotonous to experience it in the same way over and over.

Batteries to Bluffs Trail is an extremely short hike (1.5 miles) that can add a new perspective to your Golden Gate visit.

This is my cousin, Michael. You may recognize him from the previous post I did about the Observation Deck Loop in Henry Cowell SP. If you haven’t checked out that post yet, you can view it here.

original_url: 9F66CBED-192A-4A0F-A964-D47F06AFF998 Grabbing breakfast at Vic’s All Star Kitchen in Downtown Pleasanton before heading to SF

He came to visit me all the way from Virginia for a week this January. We saved San Francisco for his last full day…

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