Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Photo: The Road from Sausalito

It seems to me that the general expectation is that pedestrians will cross the Golden Gate Bridge from the San Francisco side; the sidewalks are long and it's easily accessible by foot, vehicle, and transit. The same is not necessarily true of the Marin County side. I took the ferry from San Francisco to Sausalito with the intention of returning by foot over the bridge, but getting to the bridge was a walk in itself. Once you're outside Sausalito the sidewalk disappears, and while there is a bike route that connects to the bridge, it was rather lonely-going for me as far as pedestrians went.

But it's a hell of a place, geographically speaking.

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Incidentally, today marks my five hundredth photo post on this weblog - score!

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