Tag Archives: Carquinez Bridge
Frozen in my days, not cold frozen. A renewed inability to concentrate on much, sporadic episodes that retreat for short whiles, then return with a vengeance. I had planned to post a Sunday Traveler Postcard yesterday, and kept circling my … Continue reading
The Sunday Traveler traveled over to the home town’s waterfront on First Street, all of five minutes away from where I live to send you all a postcard for today that shouts spring greetings, and Happy Easter.
The Sunday Traveler has learned to travel the roads, cross bridges, and to merge in getting to where she wants to be. Not always in some foreign land, but right at home too, here in Northern California. Across the … Continue reading
The Sunday Traveler, being very unsure of the reliability of posting my blog from my phone, waits until getting home after a weekend away. And so I will send you a postcard this evening to showcase a photo from Thursday … Continue reading
If home is where the heart is, then this is home. Benicia, in Northern California, 36 miles north of San Francisco. Benicia is one of the few little towns on the Carquinez Strait, part of a tidal estuary of the … Continue reading
Sunsets along the Carquinez Strait here in Northern California bring a bit of peace as the sun sinks into a fog bank farther out from the bridge. The sun that is still shining bright where the Sunday Traveler will find … Continue reading
Looking out through the gate to destinations waiting to be found is a lesson in patience. For now, exploring a new hometown will serve to imprint this new image of home in my mind to make a return from travel … Continue reading