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Roundup: “Happy July!”


Tuesday July 2, 2024
From the less messy desk of Amanda Eichstaedt

Happy July!

Greetings and salutations, all you Round Up readers! I hope that July is treating you well so far (just two days in). 

I want to thank my colleagues for covering the past three Round Up newsletters in my absence. I have returned and will be back in the saddle soon!

I plan to share more about my adventures in the future, and maybe via an audio piece since I randomly collected audio along with my below average photos (I am not a very good photographer). 

I also don’t have much of local note to share since I have been gone. I do know that our friends at the Marin County Fair have been working hard to get things all set up for fairgoers to enjoy the festivities this year! You can get all the info you need about attending HERE.

I do know that it is HOT here and that we are experiencing some Spare the Air Days, and need to take care to not get overheated in these dry and warm conditions. 

I also know that we are very fortunate to live where we live. Everywhere I went on my travels I met people who have visited West Marin and the Point Reyes area and have fond memories of this place and all that it has to offer. As a tourist myself for the past 3 1/2 weeks I have renewed my commitment to appreciating our visitors. Everywhere we went the people in the towns were gracious, welcoming, and appreciated our business. They were interested in what we were up to, and happy to share local tips when it was appropriate to do so.

Everywhere we went and talked to folks the same issues came up. Real estate and housing prices forcing folks out and making it difficult for people to live, and work in their communities. Political unrest and uncertainty, and concerns about the climate, etc. 

But the spirit of the people was there just like it is here. And when it comes right down to it there are few things more valuable than unified community spirit and the care that people in communities have for one another.

A view of Loch Ness. Hmmm, looks sorta familiar, no?  photo: AE

I am happy to be home. I am super happy to see Waylon!

And I look forward to seeing you around, too.

Amanda Eichstaedt
Station Manager and Executive Director 

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