Eye On The Bay: Livermore To San Jose – 3/17/11

Road to Nowhere: Livermore to San Jose

It connects Livermore, to San Jose and is the longest, curviest and most isolated road in the Bay Area.  Brian and his dog hop in the car to randomly uncover the people and places along Mines Road.

Murietta’s Well
3005 Mines Road
Livermore, CA 94550
(925) 456-2390

Ruth’s Barn of Trash and Treasures

(located less than two miles north of the junction of Mines Road and Del Puerto Canyon)

Junction Bar and Grill

47300 Mines Road
Livermore, CA 94550
(408) 897-3148

Lick Observatory


D. Grant County Park
(408) 274-6121

Grandview Restaurant

15005 Mount Hamilton Road
Mt Hamilton, CA 95140
(408) 251-8909

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One Comment

  1. gary says:

    where’s your mg want to sell it

  2. Donna La Komy says:

    How can I get a copy of this show?

  3. Deb says:

    My husband viewed your show of Mines Road in Livermore. He would like me to see it. If there is some way for me to see your past episodes online, I’d like to know. Thanks.

  4. Clive says:

    Is there anyway I can watch this episode again?

  5. Dave Z says:

    Hey, I love your road trips. But is there a reason you don’t post a map here showing the route you took? I don’t think it’s necessary to show every little detour you take to locate MG parts, but just the main trail. Thanks.

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