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The Hills Are Alive

What’s the only thing better than the waters of San Rafael? The hills of San Rafael, which reveal an amazing, awe-inspiring view of said water.

The hills are alive, about a half mile behind Loch Lomond Marina. You can just make out the trail, which is where we shot the next picture from.

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After a sail last weekend, we hiked into the smallest hills of the San Pedro Mountain Open Space Preserve for a look at the sunset. The view did not disappoint.

A modest attempt at a panoramic collage. There was a lovely pink tinge to the Bay after the sun slipped behind Mount Tam.

latitude/Tim
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The hills of San Rafael are one of its many hidden-in-plain-sight treasures that we’ll be featuring in the April issue of Latitude.

Aaaaannnnnd one more of the hills during daylight hours, looking down at Loch Lomond. It’s amazing what a little elevation does for your perspective . . .

latitude/Tim
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