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Byline: Alan Lopez
Jun. 27--KENSINGTON - Sandwiched between homes and hidden by trees, pedestrian pathways crisscross Kensington's winding streets, making shortcuts from one part of town to another.
The pathways are paved at some points and marked by wildflowers and landscaping at others. Pedestrians descend steep homemade wooden steps or tread carefully along buckled cement.
Resident Gloria Morrison's favorite path, and perhaps the most popular one in Kensington, is the Ardmore Path, which features a cement staircase and a metal handrail.
"This is probably the nicest one," said Morrison, wearing a beige cap and sunglasses while walking …