Jono’s show should be good though.
Now please read all these related posts if you wanna know more about Sinbad’s and Jono and ferries and stuff…
Now please enjoy this list of everything I saw while hanging out at Crissy Field for 2 days straight back in 2014.
It’s actually Glen Canyon, which is basically a mellow walk away from the southern edge of the Mission. Local blog Big Old Goofy World posted the above pic and the following explanation:
An idyllic valley somewhere in rural Northern California? Nope, this is Glen Canyon in the heart of San Francisco. I never went here much as a kid — maybe because the canyon had a seedier feel in those days. It’s now been restored to glory (no doubt through the work of many dedicated volunteers). There are miles of trails and wooden boardwalks, craggy dropoffs, thickets of willows and expanses of native grasses and other plants, like these California Poppies.
Read on for more.
Here’s a map:
Now please read this stuff too…
I mean, to look exactly like that, you have to be Luke Spray, which… we can all dream…
But seriously, whatta view!!!
It’s actually known as Mission Telco, as we learned in our post from last year called “About that big hulking building that blocks out the sun at 25th and Capp.”
And also, you can get a pin of it.
I’m sure the last few times you took San Jose Avenue out into the southern part of the city (like to go to Fort Funston or the Daly City In-N-Out), you were puzzled by this huge new addition the view:
I walked up there and got a closer look:
This helpful sign explained everything: