Listening to Gaia with Claire Peaslee & 2 Nights at Frank's Place on Inverness Ridge for 9
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- Estimated Value
- $1,025 USD to il1d8f027
- Number of Bids
- 9 - Bid History
Embark on a guided, personalized park excursion with local storyteller, performer, birder and naturalist Claire Peaslee and enjoy two luxurious nights at Frank's Place, a charming three-bedroom home with panoramic bay views, wifi and an outdoor hot tub. Frank's Place sleeps 7 to 9 people, perfect lodging for families or couples seeking a secluded and romantic getaway.
Grab family and friends to explore the living world of Point Reyes National Seashore with West Marin writer and naturalist Claire Peaslee.
Claire Peaslee is a naturalist, writer, editor, graphic designer, and improvisational theater artist whose home is Point Reyes Station. Her writing appears in Bay Nature Magazine and The West Marin Review, and her Listening To Gaia offerings occur throughout the year.
The winner bidder will also receive a copy of a Natural History of the Point Reyes Peninsula, Fully Revised and Expanded by Jules Evens courtesy of the PRNSA Bookstores.
This offer is a great opportunity to learn more about - and stay two nights adjacent to - the park with one of our favorite naturalists.
Support your Seashore with a sojourn and guided park adventure, bid today!
Funds from Dinner on the Pacific Plate Auction help fund important park preservation and environmental education projects at Point Reyes National Seashore. All donations made above fair market value will be tax-deductible.
This package includes:
( 1 ) Privately guided 4-hour tour of the Point Reyes National Seashore with Claire Peaslee for up to nine people. Donor must schedule tour directly with Claire based on mutual availability.
( 2 ) Nights at Frank's Place on Inverness Ridge, based on availability.
( 1 ) Copy of "Natural History of the Point Reyes Peninsula" by Jules Evens
Package expires August 30, 2018. Not redeemable for cash.
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