I had a great time on Teri's Sausalito walking tour last week. I am a Bay Area Native (San Francisco born) and I have been in and around Sausalito for more than half a century; however Teri's understanding and Knowledge of Historical perspectives brought to me a fresh view of this quaint little seaside town.
The walk provided for me a pleasant walk in the Sunshine surrounded by like minded, historically absorbed people. Teri unveiled a cornucopia of fun tid-bits of historical folklore and information about the early days of the town's initial settlement, as well as countless insights concerning Sausalito's sometimes checkered past. The information she provided about the World War 2 Kaiser Shipbuilding was also interesting---I knew a lot about this subject prior to the walk---but I learned new information ---which was delightful.
I met a local bay area photographer who was also a member of our walking tour and she showed me some of her photographs (especially recently taken shots of the Golden Gate Bridges 75th Anniversary). I ended up buying a copy on a book she has published and it now adorns my coffee table.
All in all I would highly recommend this walk to any of my friends---It is a great way to spend a few hours by the bay. I have some friends visiting from Nepal this coming weekend and if I have time I may try and take them on Teri's walk---there is a great Himalayan restaurant in Sausalito called "A Taste of the Himalayas"---a trip to Sausalito and Terri's walk could end up as a double treat.
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