Fort Funston Sunset
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San Francisco's Slant
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Did you know that all the buildings in SF are built on an extreme angle?
It's a challenge to bake a cake.
Sunset at Ocean Beach | SF
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Sometimes, when we have an inkling that there's going to be an epic sunset, we'll hop in the car and drive down to Ocean Beach to catch the show. On this night, it seems a lot of other people had the same idea. It was a gorgeous evening to share with a bunch of strangers.
Bernal Heights | San Francisco
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Nearly every day has been a bad hair day since I moved to San Francisco. Alex made a few
documenting my woes on a particularly windy day at Bernal Heights Park, last year.
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We're trying our best to make it feel like Christmas in California and had fun getting our tree up this weekend. I often say I'm nostalgic for the snow, but truthfully, we both hated winter and would trade snow for sand any day. We hope your holidays are happy!
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Ocean Beach isn't the prettiest beach
but it's the one closest to our house, so we spend a lot of time there.
The real point of this post though, is that I saw a guy riding a unicycle on the sand. I feel like there's some sort of lesson to be gleaned from this.
If I hadn't snapped the photo of him with my phone, I would have thought that I imagined it because he was speedy
and disappeared quickly, into the night...
Sutro Baths & Land's End
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If you ever find yourself in San Francisco, this area should be at the top of the list of places you'll visit. I regret not bringing my camera. Thankfully, the iPhone saves the day. The
of the ruins is fascinating and worth reading about. We hung around Sutro Baths for a while and then "hiked" Land's End Trail which is more of a leisurely walk than anything. We've been back several times since this day - watching the crashing waves, the pelicans fly by, and several sunsets over the Golden Gate Bridge in the distance.
This wasn't posed! It's a random couple kissing in front of a rock with a heart shaped hole. I had to be a creep and take this photo of them because it was so perfect (minus the man bun).