His first thought was that it was the dump of a mine tunnel, but remembering that he was not in gold-bearing country, he dismissed the scar from his mind and continued the circle of his survey to the southeast, where, across the waters of San Pablo Bay, he could see, sharp and distant, the twin peaks of Mount Diablo
. To the south was Mount Tamalpais, and, yes, he was right, fifty miles away, where the draughty winds of the Pacific blew in the Golden Gate, the smoke of San Francisco made a low-lying haze against the sky.
An opportunity to live with the Bells family on Mount Diablo
, outside of San Francisco, presents itself, and she jumps at the chance.
We're hanging out in the juniper, sage, and pine trees near the top of Mount Diablo
State Park, just 30 miles east of San Francisco.
Thus in Gordon: "Her cat, Mount Diablo
Base Line as Seen from Highway 395 Just North of Bridgeport, knew how to give an admirable back rub with his well-tempered and discreet claws." A caution here: use commas only if (1) the identifier follows the noun or pronoun, and (2) the identifier is unique.
Major organization : MOUNT DIABLO
UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT (MDUSD), PURCHASING
San Ramon, CA, April 08, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Sunset Development Company, planner and developer of the Bishop Ranch business community, has partnered with non-profit Save Mount Diablo
as a California Condor Sponsor for 2015.
He took the lead on the Tour of California in the time trial, held the Yellow Jersey on the climb up Mount Diablo
and survived blast-furnace heat on the fifth stage to Sacramento, which was "like an oven".
The Australian edged out Portugal's Tiago Machado, riding for Netapp-Endura, to win Tuesday's stage from San Jose to Mount Diablo
America's most important stage race will cover some 1,200 kilometers (745 miles) over the eight stages, highlighted by an individual time trial on the sixth stage and the hors categorie Mount Diablo
climb on stage seven.
For photos and a more detailed chronicle of Don's life, visit the mount Diablo
Surveyors Historical Society's "In Memorial" page on their website at www.mdshs.org.
The majestic Mount Diablo
serves as a landmark for northern California.
From the 1860s through the turn of the 20th century, miners in the Mount Diablo
Coal Field, once California's largest coal-producing region, provided fuel for the young state's growth.