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Sports Illustrated

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December 2005

…gift for sports fan…

SF Weekly

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Best of 2005

… everyone knows that the best means to see the sun drop out of sight is to gaze out over the ocean and admire the reflection on the water…

U.S. New & World

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Ins & Outs: San Francisco

June 25, 2005

… since the city is only 49 square miles, a car isn’t necessary. In fact, there are lots of fun, nondriving ways to see the city…

Travel + Leisure

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50 Great American Adventures

April 2005

… unique views of the Bay Bridge and Treasure Island…

US Airways inflight magazine

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Attache

Sporting: Night Moves

Mar 2005

Kayaking after dark on san francisco bay proves to be more than a pleasant evening out…

San Francisco Bay Guardian

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Best of the Bay 2004, Outdoors

…the effervescent bay water hugging the edges of the city, with its jagged, alluring profile.

American Airline inflight magazine

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Two if by Sea, October 2004

…paddling the bay is like seeing a famous postcard from the water…

Outside Magazine

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Paddle to… SBC Park, September 2004

…Hot dogs are up to you.

The New York Times

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Barry Bonds Floats Their Boats…, 

September 6, 2004

…McCovey Cove… is the home to the most loyal fan club that Barry will ever find.

San Francisco Magazine

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Best of the Bay Area, July 2004

… skimming under the Bay Bridge for oooh-aaah views of the downtown skiline…

Sunset Magazine

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Best of the West

April 2004

…You’ll love the seal’s-eye view of the park…

The Miami Herald

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Paddle Me This

February 15, 2004

… From its South Beach location, a number of sights are within a 30-minute paddle…

San Francisco Weekly

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Floating into the Netherworld

February 11, 2004

… it looks like a backdrop for a Broadway musical…

The New York Times

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For the Sports-minded, Sight Seeing on the Bay

January 18, 2004

…makes it easier for sporty visitors to explore the city’s shoreline by kayak…