Via PRNPS: "Congratulations to the 26 new U.S. citizens from 16 countries that participated in the naturalization ceremony today at Point Reyes National Seashore!" (this actually happened yesterday)
More hot weather on the way. "Seasonably cool conditions will persist region-wide today with a warming trend to get underway beginning Friday. Look for even warmer temperatures by Saturday." - via NWS Bay Area
It feels like the creator of this surf guide to "Kehoe Beach" may have had one or two too many cold ones from the sponsor. If you watch the video, you'll notice a strange new bridge on the trail out there. Maybe best to just stick with Bolinas as an accessible and user friendly surf spot in West Marin in the future. Or just don't talk about surf spots at all. VIDEO: https://www.surfer.com/features/how-to-surf-point-reyes-kehoe-beach/
“West Marin's Day of the Dead! This beloved annual event has become the largest latino community celebration in West Marin. This unique multicultural and multigenerational community event honors our loved ones past, with a ceremony, pageantry, music, food,and celebration. Community members construct a large community altar for people to place photos and mementos of our loved ones. We are funded fully by private donations. Everyone that works on this event volunteers their time so we are able to keep the cost of the event low. Day of the Dead is free community event, all ages welcome, and some activities include face painting, a procession, a local chorus, children chorus, a heart warmingl ceremony, and a bowl of posole for ALL!” LINK: https://www.gofundme.com/f/day-of-the-death
"Marin supes authorize final purchase of Coast Guard facility." via https://twitter.com/HalsteadRichard/status/1174009501118189568
This was posted on a local community forum in Point Reyes this week. “Has anyone lost their raccoon and pigeon? The pigeon is quite large, plump and very well preened. And is wearing a blue leg band. Seems quite tame.
The raccoon is silver and black, very tame and appears to be travelling with the pigeon. And no...I haven't been smoking anything funny.”
ROAD WORK UPDATE & REMINDER: The safety improvement project on Sir Francis Drake Boulevard at White’s Hill area will continue.

Please see the image for details regarding the newly scheduled NIGHT WORK for this project. The night work on Sir Francis Drake near White’s Hill will begin TONIGHT at 8:00PM, and continue on the nights of September 17, 18, 19 and 22.

The stretch of roadway will operate with single-lane closures with alternating traffic control in place between the hours of 8:00PM and 5:00AM each night.

Both travel lanes on Sir Francis Drake will remain open until 8:00PM each evening and both lanes will be opened no later than 5:00AM each morning.

We are sorry for any inconvenience and appreciate your understanding and patience during this important roadway safety improvement project.

Marin County Sheriff's Office Marin County Government”
Accident on SFD just past Lagunitas. Expect delays.
There was a bug in the system which prevented this site from posting updates. Should be fixed now, I will repost the updates that did not make it to the web site. Thank you. (thx AN)
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09/19/19 at 2:18 pm
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