Places to See Wildlife in the Bay Area

I love living in the Bay Area for many reasons, not the least of which is the occsional spotting of wildlife – sometimes as close as my back deck (Raccoons), or an occasional coyote roaming the Open Space. If you extend your outdoor activities to actually hiking...

San Francisco Bay Area Weather

We in the San Francisco Bay Area love . . . and brag about . . . the warm weather we have most of the time. Well, we had a big surprise this month  –  snow! Here are photos of Mt. Diablo in the East Bay with an unusual white blanket covering. Then here is Mt....

Emotional Support Animal Requirements

Here is one of the most informational websites I have found about emotional support animals: Register My Service Animal (website of the same name); telephone: (480) 575-5655. It contains information about landlord limitations, traveling with animals, and provides an...

Things To Do In The Bay Area – February

Grey Whales and Elephant Seals at Pt. Reyes Lighthouse  –  The migration take place from February to the beginning of March. Some of the best places to view whales from shore besides Point Reyes National Seashore are listed below: Bodega Head Bodega Head Park...

Sun Dial San Francisco

The sun dial stands within the original circular configuration where the Ingleside Race Track operated between 1895-1905, It was known to be the world’s biggest sundial when it was built, dominating a quiet cul-de-sac within the Ingleside Terraces residential...

International Relocation

Things to Consider When Moving to the U.S. For Work 1. Lifestyle changes An international move could involve a range of lifestyle changes. It’s important to carefully reflect on differences in climate, language, culture, work ethic, and quality of life when...