The focal point of this journey was about bringing the Bay Trail and its sights, sounds and smells to you. To inform, inspire, and encourage you to explore your own backyard in ways you previously had not imagined – and to do so on public transportation (preferably with a Clipper card), not your car. I … Continue reading Day 30: “Come one, come all! The more the merrier!”
Dogpatch. Even the name exudes cool. It was suggested that I finish my trip early and wrap up the final five miles from Islais Creek to the Ferry Building today. Not to be. This is not a neighborhood to blow through at a four mile an hour pace for the sake of expediency. This is … Continue reading Day 29: City of Industry
With my circumnavigation of the San Francisco Bay 99% complete, I have completed my gallery of photos (minus any I come up with during tomorrow's three mile finale!) The images in the gallery do not show in any particular order. This was by design. Each section of the trail brought with it surprises and hidden … Continue reading The Photo Gallery is Complete!
It pained me to have the still under construction Niners' stadium pointed out to me in the distance in Santa Clara a few days ago as I made the turn around the horn from Alviso up to the peninsula. The scab from their pending departure from San Francisco still has not healed and having it … Continue reading Day 28: Ode to The Stick
Today's hike through Oyster Point in South San Francisco and Sierra Point in Brisbane was a return to one of my favorite "secret" spots along our shoreline. Yet the ingredient that made it to that short list was mist, rain and fog. The main image on my blog of a long wooden pier was taken … Continue reading Day 27: So Close