E. Carlson, July 2000


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The Guadalupe River flows through the heart of San Jose, becomes the Alviso Slough just outside of Alviso, and then peters into San Francisco Bay. It's not much of a river really, but it's all we've got . . . unless you count Coyote Creek, which is a creek.

In the downtown area of San Jose the river is a refuge for the homeless. The San Jose Redevelopment Agency has, humanely, created the Guadalupe River Park near Confluence Point (Los Gatos Creek joins forces with the Guadalupe River) so the homeless can enjoy a cleaner, park-like, environment. A carousel has been erected in the park to create an atmosphere of good cheer for those recovering from hangover.

Objects of great wonder are located along the river.



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