Calling all paddlers: Seven ways to play in Mendocino

It was a morning with dew still on it. The slightly thick salted sea air transformed the mist into cigar-like entrails that were curling their way through the maze of tall water reeds, before rising to the sky. The silence was broken by the snap of a twig as a deer was making his way down to the wild blackberry bushes that line the muddy shore banks. Full article



July 23, 2017

Drifter Planet

One day in San Francisco

San Francisco is a city full of exciting choices. Chinatown, Height Ashbury, Fishermans Wharf, cable cars, theaters, operas, a gastronomy paradise, or shop to you drop, how is one to choose? Or more importantly, with millions of tourists each year, where can you go that is not filled with long lines or crowds of people?

If you just have one day in San Fransisco and are looking for a list of things to do in this city, you have come to the right place. read more



 published August 2, 2016

JPR Travel: Holiday Network



The sun is shining with fun and excitement. Adventurous people are checking their ‘bucket list’ with the hopes of experiencing one of their dreams. Have you ever imagined sailing underneath the Golden Gate Bridge while the sun is setting on the Pacific Ocean?

The broad blue-green body of water called the San Francisco Bay is one of the world’s great places to sail. Strong winds and currents make it both an exciting and demanding place to sail, with astounding views all in all directions.

The North Bay, South Bay, and Central Bay areas alone covers over 340,000 acres in size. The San Francisco Bay-Delta Estuary (Bay-Delta) is the largest estuary on the west coasts of North and South America with hundreds of species of fish and wildlife, including several endangered species and multitudes of birds that reside here as they migrate along the Pacific Flyway of North America. One-third of the salmon in California pass through the bay area making it prime fishing territory. Read more