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POINT REYES STATION, Calif. — The Bay Area has changed a lot in the past 100 years, but not around Point Reyes.

The area looks similar to when Bob Giacomini’s grandfather opened a dairy farm in Petaluma around 1900.

“He had about 10 cows, 400 to 500 chickens and raised six kids,” said Giacomini, whose father Waldo Giacomini opened his own dairy farm in Point Reyes in 1938.

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