A half-century ago, beatniks and hippies fatigued by the heaviness of the San Francisco scene began a northward migration toward a quieter life amid the redwoods. Artists and poets like Richard Brautigan, Joanne Kyger, Robert Creeley, and many who are not remembered by posterity burrowed into the tiny towns dotting Highway 1. Inspiration, it seemed, lay in the thickets of West Marin and swirled in the roiling eddies of... More >>>