I recently spent a weekend in an Airbnb in a North California beach town. I enjoyed the beautiful sunsets and tranquil days. But what I loved the most was taking a walk every morning — submerged in a marine layer that sat on the town like a blanket. And on my daily walks, this family … Continue reading Deer in the mist
A few weeks ago, I got a chance to go up on the roof of the only high-rise buildings in the Mission District in San Francisco to enjoy the sunset. It was a beautiful evening – setting sun, perfect pinks, some fog, and a less hectic city. But what stood out for me was the … Continue reading Changing Mission
I went to the Marin Headlands this weekend. It was supposed to be foggy. In other words, my kind of conditions. It was actually too foggy, so I didn’t get a chance to take too many photos. I am sharing just a handful. (Below the fold.) Anyway, just when I finished editing the blog post, … Continue reading A bridge in the fog.
“A wise god shrouds the future in obscure darkness.” Horace San Francisco this morning has been under dense fog advisory, and rightfully so. The ash and smoke from the wildfires overwhelming California and the Northwestern United States are only compounding the problems. Portland and San Francisco have the worst air quality anywhere in the world. … Continue reading San Francisco under a shroud
The weather in San Francisco is pretty much the same throughout most of the year. It usually only varies by about ten degrees. The cold means wearing a sweater in the morning with a jacket. A warm day involves wearing just a light cotton sweater. Either way, you dress in layers. The seasons of the … Continue reading Faster & faster it goes as the seasons’ change