Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Bay to Breakers and the Other Way Around

We've been wanting to walk across the Golden Gate Park for a while now.  Last Saturday, Joe, Bomber and I took the train to Ocean Beach and started making our way through it. We didn't follow a map. We simply followed whatever path looked better, more promising, or more in line with the direction we wanted to follow. I love walking in the park like this, as you always find new hidden gardens, pastures, hills, redwoods, etc.

This time, we found some horses and a stable. Later on, we climbed up the tallest hill in the park and we found a grove of redwoods on top of it. I can't wait to see what we'll find next time we go back to the park.

After we reached the end of the park, we kept walking all the way home. By the time we got back, we had walked pretty much all the way from the ocean to the bay.

The next day, thousands of people walked/ran from the bay to the ocean celebrating Bay to Breakers, San Francisco's most popular race/street festival/party. We joined the race route at Alamo Square and stuck around for a bit to check out people's costumes. Good people watching.

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