Sunday, December 19, 2010


About Tilden Park from Wikipedia:

Tilden Regional Park, also known as "Tilden" (pronounced /ˈtɪldən/) is a 2,079-acre (8.41 km2) regional park in the East Bay, part of the San Francisco Bay Area in the U.S. state of California. It is situated between the Berkeley Hills and San Pablo Ridge.

Tilden Regional Park was named in honor of Charles Lee Tilden, a Bay Area attorney and businessman who purchased much of the land in order to preserve remaining wilderness areas for public enjoyment. Tilden also served on the first Board of Directors of the East Bay Regional Park District. Tilden died at age 93

We hiked there December 11... Park looks so fresh and green. There was a lot of eatable mushrooms, colorful leafs all around. Merry-go-Round area has a Christmas Congratulations in many languages - fun to read. Often when you hike music comes into your mind. That day in Tilden Park Joe Dassin with "Indian Summer" came...

Look at the slide show that I've made with song Indian Summer by Joe Dassin:

Tilden Park Berkeley Indian Summer Joe Dassin


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