“Bay Trail Confidential” free Zoom program

May 5, 2021 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Kensington resident, avid cyclist and AS&R member/volunteer Rodney Paul wants to let everyone on the list know about a FREE Zoom program he hosts called Bay Trail ConfidentialEach month, he highlights different public spaces on the Bay Trail and talks about ways to make the most of them.
Words from Rodney:
“The program explores the inviting and spectacular public places along the Bay Trail route. On each show, we spotlight a particular place and have guests providing inside knowledge on what to expect and how to make the most of your visits. We also discuss the wide array of activities the Bay Trail supports such as hiking, biking, kayaking, photography, birding, swimming and many others. We talk about the wildlife you can see and history you’ll learn about along the Trail. Each month’s show will provide specific recommendations and valuable information to help you make the most of this amazing public resource.
Here’s a brief preview of Bay Trail Confidential program #6: “Despite its proximity to San Jose and many iconic Silicon Valley companies, Alviso remains a quiet backwater. But delve into its history and you’ll find it was once seen as the site of a large harbor and major center for industry. With baseball season upon us, we’ll talk about the role of Oracle Park as a catalyst for tremendous change in the Mission Bay section of SF.”

The program is hosted by SF City Guides. We’re grateful to everyone who can make a donation and help us keep our non-profit strong as we weather the pandemic. I also host a Monthly Bay Trail monthly photography contest. Click here for information on entering.

On my program, I encourage people to ask questions and share thoughts using Chat.  At the end of the one-hour program, we invite attendees to unmute and share thoughts.

REGISTRATION IS FREE using this Eventbrite link. The Zoom link will be sent to participants after registering on Eventbrite.
I’ve also created a Bay Trail Confidential web page that provides a good description of the program and has links to register for all our upcoming shows and other good information.  It’s at https://rodneysftours.com/btc

I hope many of you will be able to join us.  We’ve already explored a lot of other terrific Bay Trail places including Coyote Hills in Fremont, the new Crane Cove Park in SF and the many Bay Trail segments in Richmond.  We reach people all over the Bay Area, and my hope is that each show will encourage many to check out new segments.

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