Start at playground of Live Oak Park, Shattuck and Berryman. Walk west on Berryman.
Peace sign on Hog Farm commune, Berkeley compound.
Return to Live Oak Park. Walk east around tennis courts to Walnut Street. Cross Walnut.
Bench in front of home. Bust of Rollie Fingers in garden to left of front door.
Bench in front of home. Check out the tiles.
Walk south on Walnut. Cross street.
Crying dog and sleeping angel bench. It is a tribute to Diana Buist, a Corsican sculptor who died in 2000.
Retrace steps north on Walnut. At Live Oak Park turn right and follow the path through the park to Oxford Street. Turn left on Oxford.
The Oroboros, an ancient image of dragon or snake eating its own tail. It symbolizes self-flexivity and cyclicality.
Seats from Fenway Park, Boston.
Turn right at Eunice.
Former office of Beserkeley Records.
Turn left on Arch.
School desk planter.
Frederic Fierstein’s Buddhist altar for the street. You may light incense and leave an offering.
Retrace your steps back to Eunice. Take a right on Eunice. Cross Spruce and turn right. Walk north on Spruce for a while. Up hill.
At Los Angeles glance down hill to the garage of the house on the northwest corner.
Living roof on garage.
Continue up Spruce.
Chronicle jazz/rock critic Ralph J. Gleason lived here.
Tiki face to right of door.
Giant orange! Down the driveway. Makes the walk up the hill worthwhile.
Cross Spruce Street. Carefully!
Buldan Seka’s giant ceramic family. The walk is now doubly worth it.
Turn around here and go back down Spruce on the east side. Look for small quirk. When you get to Marin, turn right down the hill.
Rusty skeleton playing saxophone.
Turn left on Shattuck.
Dick and Beany Wezelman’s African themed house.
One of our best Little Free Libraries.
And then a cluster of animal mailboxes:
Cross Eunice, down the hill, you are back at Live Oak Park. A few blocks south on Shattuck is the Gourmet Ghetto – lots of food choices.