The Great Outdoors: Fort Funston

I’m back home from a week in San Francisco. I should probably write about all the incredible food experiences I had during that week (gah! so much good stuff!), but instead I find myself distracted by the sunlight bouncing off of winter-bleached passersby outside of my office door. It’s supposed to reach 71 degrees today—that’s the sweet spot.

Since I can’t justify another day out of the office, I’m flipping through photos from my trip. Last Sunday, I was here:

Here, the San Andreas Fault has carved cliffs that reach 200 feet, overlooking a narrow strip of sand that soaks in tide from the Pacific. It’s a magical place, with hang gliders and horseback riding and sand dollars and sunshine. And fresh air.

Oh, and dogs. There are dozens of dogs roaming the dunes, including Ramona—

I spent the week looking after her, walking around the city, exploring the parks, and soaking in sunshine.

Now, it’s time to focus on work. So here I sit…staring out the office door.


One Response to “The Great Outdoors: Fort Funston”

  1. Ally
    April 2, 2012 at 4:33 am #

    Looks like it was a gorgeous day out!

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