One of the coolest thing in Bolinas is the Gospelflatfarm.com We met the owner/farmer Mickey Murch. he was very inspiring individual and was happy to give us a short tour of the farm!
They dont deliver to any of the local farmers markets,they are lucky enough that enough people just pass by their little road side stand and thats how they make it. Very sustainable. Popi was so very happy to met a farmer that got the concept of “Peak oil” and real sustainability.
The farm stand is open 24 hours a day and we got some of the best eggs that we have ever had here.
We love this coast.
Late in the night in the middle of some field we came upon this amazing abandoned house. Looks like no one had been there for years. The house was really amazing,and just look at that fireplace/BBQ setup.
Because I can’t afford to blog as much as we would love to blog,I have decided to try to raise some funds to pay Popi so that we can make the P.D.Bird blog bigger and better then ever. There are two ways to help if you feel so inclined. First we now have a Paypal button on the website and any donations will go directly toward the blog and improvements/more adventures. The other way is thru our Amazon wish list. https://www.amazon.com/gp/pdp/profile/A00327322X0EDE2RZ1XKK?ie=UTF8&ref_=pd_ys_sf_lf_prof All proceeds go directly toward the blog and bike tour 2013. Thanks in advance! Without the support of the many people that love P.D.Bird this blog would not be possible Cheers!!
Suddenly we busted out of the fog and into the light once again, this is looking back north at Hurricane point.
Having a lil head scratch and rest after a long day of riding…
We stopped to get tacos in Pescadero( A must if u go by) and this nice family recognized the outlaw of the Sunset from 4B coffee. They said they live right around the block in the mission. They seemed to love meeting me too! Nice meeting you Bruno,Mike,Andre and Lili
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