Archive for August, 2011

  • This week, we continued our quest to walk all 256 miles of public streets within the city limits of Santa Barbara. And rather than report on a specific adventure, we’ve decided to indulge you with a few more photos of the cool sidewalk contractor stamps and other interesting markings we’ve discovered along the way. In our last “sidewalk special”, we asked if anyone knows where Putman Avenue is or was – we got no guesses, so now we’ll reveal the mystery location of this street… Putman is no longer but is now Loma Street; and the stamp is located […] 0

    Simply Sidewalks

    This week, we continued our quest to walk all 256 miles of public streets within the city limits of Santa Barbara. And rather than report on a specific adventure, we’ve decided to indulge you with a few more photos of the cool sidewalk contractor stamps and other interesting markings we’ve discovered along the way. In our last “sidewalk special”, we asked if anyone knows where Putman Avenue is or was – we got no guesses, so now we’ll reveal the mystery location of this street… Putman is no longer but is now Loma Street; and the stamp is located […]

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  • This week we continued our quest to walk all 256 miles of public streets within the city limits of Santa Barbara. The Upper East is an area of town that demanded several hikes: It consists of numerous streets, avenues and side streets, as well as a few little alleyways. It’s bounded by the following streets: State, Anapamu, Constance, Garden, Emerson and Prospect. # # # # Please forgive us for failing to include in this segment some the obvious Upper East gems – like Alice Keck Park Park, Kids World, Alameda Park, The SB Mission, and the other spectacular […] 0

    Treasures of the Upper Eastside

    This week we continued our quest to walk all 256 miles of public streets within the city limits of Santa Barbara. The Upper East is an area of town that demanded several hikes: It consists of numerous streets, avenues and side streets, as well as a few little alleyways. It’s bounded by the following streets: State, Anapamu, Constance, Garden, Emerson and Prospect. # # # # Please forgive us for failing to include in this segment some the obvious Upper East gems – like Alice Keck Park Park, Kids World, Alameda Park, The SB Mission, and the other spectacular […]

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  • This week we continued our quest to walk all 256 miles of public streets within the city limits of Santa Barbara. It was a pleasant little hike that took us past historic streets, beautiful homes, stunning views and a few other cool things. During this hike we covered the following streets: We started at De La Guerra Street and De La Guerra Road, and wandered up De La Guerra Rd (covering all the side streets) until we came to Alameda Padre Serra (APS). At APS, we turned right and headed west toward Garcia. We must note that despite the […] 0

    Lower Riviera Urban Hike

    This week we continued our quest to walk all 256 miles of public streets within the city limits of Santa Barbara. It was a pleasant little hike that took us past historic streets, beautiful homes, stunning views and a few other cool things. During this hike we covered the following streets: We started at De La Guerra Street and De La Guerra Road, and wandered up De La Guerra Rd (covering all the side streets) until we came to Alameda Padre Serra (APS). At APS, we turned right and headed west toward Garcia. We must note that despite the […]

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