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Thinkwalks presents an exploration walk:
Early San Francisco sprang from a spring. It was complicated.
The first decisions about where to create the outpost that became our city are mostly lost to pre-history. Recently some tantalizing clues have surfaced. A new understanding of Spanish journals has combined with better mapping of the landscape to create a picture of the natural setting. It was populated and stewarded by Indians for thousands of years before it convulsed through the 18th and 19th centuries into the city of today.
Topics: Dune hydrology, public art, expansion through regional water control, bedrock hill chopping, extreme weather, the politics of invasion, reading old maps and journals.
☆ RSVP required
↪ Rain or shine
↪ Not vigorous exercise! You may get chilled if you forget your extra layers.
↪ End within a few blocks of where we started
↪ Maximum 15 people
OTHER OPTIONS now that this walk is full:
I will happily take your group on a Thinkwalk or will schedule one that’s open to the general public (like this one is) for a date you request, if it matches my availability. Please use the RSVP or any other contact method to inquire. Thanks!