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Built in 1854 among sawmills and redwood groves by Dr. R.O. Tripp and M.A. Parkhurst. Operated by Dr. Tripp in person (who also served as dentist, librarian, postmaster and community leader) until his death in 1909. Purchased by the County of San Mateo 1940. Opened as a public museum September 7, 1 from hmdb.org
The volunteer docent group, the Woodside Storekeepers, will greet the public and invite visitors to experience life in the 1880s. This special family day will focus on the history of the Store and the Redwood logging activities in the area. Children will enjoy cutting a log with a two-man saw, clea from mercurynews.com
Sandstone Routes in the shade. from rockclimbing.com