Mountain View Voice

For the Record - March 21, 2014

Voices Around Town

What is your favorite outdoor activity in the spring?

Asked in downtown Mountain View. Interviews and photos by Katie Straub

"The Pinnacles (National Park) in the spring. It has beautiful wildflowers. Everything is green and new, although this year may be drier. You can hike up in the rocky areas and be above the hawks to see them flying around. It's a spectacular place."

Gina Earle, Los Altos

"The hiking trail, near South 85. I hike that every weekend."

Jorlen Li, Mountain View

"I play golf around the Bay Area. I go out as a single — I don't have a regular partner, so I go anywhere from Shoreline in Mountain View to some courses in San Jose."

Joel Zdepski, Mountain View

"The weather is so good that, as soon as you get up early in the morning, you have so much to do! We go for tennis every morning, and on the weekends we go out to the beaches."

Shivendra Singh, Sunnyvale

"We usually go to a park. Or ride bikes downtown to go check out some shops and hang out outside."

Emma Sanchez, Redwood City

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