Monday, April 16, 2012

San Bruno Mountain skyline


Joel took this picture of San Francisco from San Bruno Mountain. For SFO air travelers, it may help to know that, in this picture, you're on top of the long ridge full of antennas that has the not-quite-Hollywood sign on its southern flank saying, "South San Francisco: The Industrial City".  Being on the mountain is nicer than traveling past it. I don't know from square footage or anything but it's "one of the largest open spaces in an urban setting in the United States." Also, J., being a local boy, remembered you can find hexagonal quartz crystals in the path along the ridge at the top. Best map to take is Ben Pease's Walker's Map of San Francisco.

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