IMPORTANT CORRECTION. The Point Reyes Light noted in their story about Roberto Barajas' retirement that the going away part is this Saturday. It is actually Friday. Thank you.
Coyote contemplating the ocean out in Point Reyes this morning.
"Our grey cat named rrramon went missing yesterday near the green bridge in Point Reyes and we haven’t been able to find him. Please call or text Danielle at 415-302-0970 if you see him. Thank you!"
Just came across this on bear valley road, no one in it, really hope they’re ok. Lots of deer and fog, please drive safe. Rangers notified.
Who felt the earthquake last night? I did in Inverness Park. “M4.5 020mi NE San Francisco, California 10:34 PM PDT near Walnut Creek, CA.” LINK: https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/at00pzei47/executive
Sounds like a solo motorcycle crash on the Marshall/Petaluma Rd. Hopefully everyone ok.
This event is sold out, but it will be live streamed at various local venues. "Marin Healthy Youth Partnerships (MHYP) will host a book reading and discussion with David Sheff and Nic Sheff, authors of the new book High: Everything You Want to Know About Drugs, Alcohol, and Addiction. The discussion will be moderated by Michael Krasny, host of Forum, a news and public affairs program on NPR-member radio station, KQED-FM. David and Nic Sheff have authored several New York Times best selling books on the realities of drug and alcohol use, including Beautiful Boy and Tweak. The 2018 film, Beautiful Boy, starring Steve Carell and Timothee Chalamet who was nominated for a Golden Globe for his portrayal of Nic, were adapted from both memoirs. Additionally Nic Sheff is the author of We All Fall Down and David Sheff authored Clean. The Sheff books will be on sale at the event, which is free, in support of National Substance Abuse Prevention Month.

This is an incredible chance for local parents and youth to understand the risks of experimenting with drugs and how stress, pressure and confusion can trigger adolescent substance use. David and Nic Sheff will share their experiences as father and son and discuss how addiction entered their lives. One in 10 kids will get addicted to substances over their lifetime and the earlier a child starts, the more likely they will have substance use issues later in life. This is also a unique opportunity to hear the realities of substance use specific to Marin County and create a dialogue about its impact on our community.

Marin County has significantly higher rates of alcohol, cannabis, and other drug use, both among youth and adults, when compared to the rest of California and across the county."

MORE INFO: https://www.bookpassage.com/event/marin-healthy-youth-partnerships-presents-evening-david-and-nic-sheff-angelico-hall-dominican
The flooded part of the road in PRNPS heading out to Drakes Beach and the lighthouse has been temporarily fixed with some very large gravel. Take care, go slow, especially with low clearance cars.
Heard lots of reports that a very low PG&E helicopter with a video camera was circling over Inverness and Point Reyes this morning which seems strange for a Sunday, (Thx LN)
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Coyote contemplating the ocean out in Point Reyes this morning. https://t.co/JSdmyiJlIC