Rik's Reads

CategoryBooks
Farenheit 451
Neuromancer
*Owt, Nowt and Summat A Toast to All Tykes
ClassicsFarenheit 451
Beowolf
Catcher in the Rye
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
Grapes of Wrath
Neuromancer
Silas Marner, The Weaver of Raveloe
To Kill a Mockingbird
Geeky Death March (Surviving Doomed Projects)
Executable UML: A Foundation for Model Driven Architecture
Beyond Software Architecture: Creating and Sustaining Winning Solutions
Just XML
Using Perl 5 for Web Programming
GeneralTails of the City
HumorThe Joy of Work
Owt, Nowt and Summat A Toast to All Tykes
Must ReadThe Code Book
Grapes of Wrath
The Silicon Boys and their valley of dreams
To Kill a Mockingbird
Must Read A Confederacy of Dunces
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
Relaxing Cannery Row
Into Thin Air
Sci-FiFarenheit 451
Artemis
The Martian
Neuromancer
Ready Player One
TechieAlice in Quantumland
The Code Book
Techie Backroom Boys; the secret return of the british boffin
tbd The Crystal Cave
The Santa Cruz Trailbook
  The Santa Cruz Trailbook    
The Santa Cruz Trailbook
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This is a great book for people living (or intending to visit) the bay area, who like to go hike, bike, picnic and camp.

I've bought several books in the past, but this one covers a lot more of the trails in the area and with better detail. It tells you if trails are open to bikes and/or horses, talks about the camping facilities, details how long a walk you will have and the types of things you can expect to see out there.

There are also little sections on the local history, how the geology stuff works and many more useful snippets of info.

Definately the best book I've found for picking places to go walk, but then, it is somewhat targetted to the area where I live.

Incidentally, I found this little gem at my Sunday afternoon Cowboy Coffeeshop The General Store at San Gregorio. What can I say, the bluegrass band weren't up to much that particular Sunday, so I was looking for something else to occupy me while I drank my Kalua coffee.




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