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Nature splendid and often used in television series of the 60s and 70s. Historic site with a famous ghost town cemetery. A photo stop on Mount Diablo's second 360 degree view after Mount Kilimanjaro. On a clear day with binoculars we see the Half Dome of Yosemite.
Being without their owner can be a stressful time for pets. I give your pets the same love as if they were my own and provide detailed accounts (and pictures!) of their interactions. We hope to make this process as stress-free as possible for both you and your pet.
Called "A Gem of the East Bay," and voted "Best Botanical Garden" by Sunset Magazine (2019), a visit to the Ruth Bancroft Garden offers visitors an opportunity to see cacti, succulents, California natives and other rare and unusual drought tolerant plant species from around the world. The Garden features many large, mature plant specimens, originally planted by founder, Ruth Bancroft, that are not often seen in other dry gardens, making for a unique visitor experience all seasons of the year.
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