A view of Bernal Isle from high above Mission Gulf

Thanks to “global warming,” the Mission will one day be fully submerged in the bay, so we’ll need to head south if we want dry land. Today, Bernalwood published an in-depth look at this startling vision of the future:

It may take centuries for Bernal to attain its island destiny. Yet whenever that future arrives, we, the residents of Bernal Heights, should ourselves be the architects and designers of our shared destiny. Which is why — aided by detailed maps of Bernal Isle created by La Lengua rebel leader Burrito Justice — Bernalwood has created some conceptual mockups to demonstrate how we might leverage Bernal’s prime beachfront location overlooking Mission Gulf… for the benefit of posterity.

Read on for lots more analysis and graphics.

5 Responses to “A view of Bernal Isle from high above Mission Gulf”

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