Yesterday, I went to a celebration for the conveyance of Sand Hill Bluff and the coastal side of the Coast Dairies properties to California State Parks.
As a father and environmentalist, we are very fortunate that Sand Hill Bluff and Coast Dairies is now part of public land. This represents an additional 13 miles of protected coastline for future generations.
I'd like to thank all the land managers, politicians and the public who worked so hard to make this happen. I really appreciate the hard work that you do to give the public great places to enjoy treasured outdoor experiences.
Pictures and commentary here: http://picasaweb.google.com/lick.the.toad/SandHillBluff