Yours truly at the halfway point of the run doing my Captain Jack pose. This is the Fort Point area of the bridge, almost right underneath it. Since its my favorite photo, I wanted to start with this one. Behind me is a popular break for surfing depending on the tides and how close to the rocks the surfers are willing to get. Just too beautiful for words, so I'll stop.
This is Pier 39, the first notable sight along the Embarcadero. For me the highlight is always hearing the singers who sing along with taped songs and sucker tourists out of their money. Oh and the guys that paint themselves silver or gold are amusing too. Watch out for the sea lions they bite!
along the water. On this section, you can buy your tee shirts, have
a hamburger at In & Out or wings at Hooters or for even more fun
get your purse or wallet stolen. Be careful of smiling faces!
in the area called Crissy Field. The Presidio
now known more for the home of the Sports
Basement is on the left. Normally, the path is
filled with women pushing strollers or walking
their dogs or sometimes doing both. More obstacle
course than path, its still very pretty and easy
on the joints.
Still, I think it is one of the most beautiful parts of San Francisco and everyone coming to this
area, owes themselves the favor of walking here, taking some photos and breathing the