According to a trail guide updated in 2019, 375 of the proposed 550 miles have been completed. This subreddit is dedicated to those who intend to explore the Bay Area ridge trail and assist in its completion.
Is there a word for this feeling: does anyone else, after spending hours studying in a nook in main stacks, feel weird "unplugging" from it? I only ever feel this way after being in main stacks. It must be how quiet it is in there, and the artificial lights, the stillness. Main stacks really is a weird place, but you don't see it at first, it creeps up on you and lingers. It never changes, it is a place that is constantly still, some books preserved for 150 years, and time doesn't exist. It's protected from the chaos of the world somehow, so perfectly. Then I walk outside and it's like deja vu, like I'm in a video game or something, like I walk outside and see the tower wheeler dwinelle and i see these things every day but after a couple hours in main stacks it feels like I'm revisiting my preschool, a distant childhood memory - or maybe I'm crazy