Working with Community

Walking Tours in Sausalito, owned & operated by TG TRAVEL GROUP LLC, appreciates members and organizations who all play important roles in making Sausalito a desirable town to live in.

Special mention and thanks to Cali Gilbert, who provided the banner for this site. Please check out her Cali Collection for her many wonderful projects including her newly released book, It’s Simply Sausalito. Also many thanks to Cali for adding us to her Community Partners, much appreciated!

Special mention and much appreciation to Richard at Sausalito Art Galleries for going far beyond his call of duty. His dedication to Sausalito and expertise greatly supports the City and Community on the Internet. Sausalito Art Galleries is a very important resource to our artist community as well as us small business owners.

Many thanks to Nancy Dubois, Chef concierge at Cavallo Point, for her continual support and her sharing of her own Sausalito history knowledge. Nancy does an amazing job at Cavallo Point and has been dedicated for many years making sure that visitors can experience our town and area in the ways which suit them best.

I also want to mention Larry Clinton, the president of the Sausalito Historical Society, who has promptly followed up on my requests in a timely manner. Larry has left no stone unturned as even when preparing to leave on his 2 week vacation that along with another member, Betsy Stroman, he still got me the photos of old Sausalito that I wanted to show visitors on my tour.

Many more thanks to:
Yolanda at the Sausalito Chamber of Commerce for adding my walking tour press at the very last minute in her weekly Tuesday B2B newsletter.

Carol Stevenson who truly made my life easier by giving me knowledge and confidence to get this site up quickly.

Diana Cohn, for her constant support and suggestion on what would complete this walking tour if she was a visitor!

Marianne Dolan, who encouraged me to be a part of our Sausalito Historical Society and continues to remind me to be an “engaged member” of the Sausalito community.

Marin Magazine, thank you Stephanie and Staff, for including us “ongoing” in the calendar of events, much appreciated!

Sausalito.com, many thanks to Meg, Stephanie and Lindsey for writing a feature story about our local tours.

David Spurgeon, for our chance meeting on Caledonia and his willingness to share his tremendous amount of Sausalito history and “deed” with me.

Neal, my husband, who always thinks my ideas are the “hottest thing since sliced bread”!

Other Sausalito & SF Bay supporters include:
Anchorage 5, Regina & Luis
Arawan Thai Restaurant
Avital Food Tours, Avital Unger
Bacchus and Venus
Bubble Street Gallery, Daniel and Yuliya
Cafe Tutti, Jim McDonald
Casa Madrona, Stefan Muhle
Cassandra Kersting Gallery
The Copper Door, Alan Pugh
Experience Salon, Melodie
Eye Italia, Susan
Gables Inn Sausalito, Michael
Gene Hiller Menswear, Wayne
gr.dano, Jill & Brian
Hotel Sausalito
Hubba Hubba, Chelsea
Inn Above the Tide
In The Kitchen Culinary, Doug Eng
Jewelry By The Bay, Aness
Joanne’s Print Shop, Joanne & Dea
Katya Glass, Katya
Marco Art of Hair, Marco
Napa Valley Burger Company
Out of Hand, Christine Butler
Sail Sausalito, Captain Paul Adams
Saylors Restaurant & Bar, Sean & Sonja
Ship’s Store, Norman
Seaplane Adventures
Seven Seas Restaurant (located on Bridgeway downtown)
Starbucks Sausalito, on Princess Street
Susan Sternau Studios
Sweet Ginger
Taste of the Himalayas
Taste of Rome
Valor Tours, Vicky Reynolds-Middagh
Venice Gourmet, Chris and George
The Visitor Center AKA The Ice House (Bridgeway), Doris and Bea
The Visitor Center Kiosk (near the ferry)

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