25 July 2015

Nike Missile Launching Site SF-89L and the San Francisco National Cemetery: 25 July 2015


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A beautiful summer day in San Francisco. 
Alcatraz Island. 
A Chinese cargo ship just crossed under the Golden Gate Bridge, entered San Francisco Bay, and is heading to Oakland where the cargo will be unloaded. 
This building is located on Grant Avenue near Columbus Avenue. North Beach and Chinatown can both justifiably claim this location. 
San Francisco National Cemetery 
The next three photos show the remnants of the three underground missile storage and launching pads of Nike Missile Launch Site SF-89L. This site is located in the Presidio. 



Distance: 9.2 miles. Cumulative elevation gain: 629 feet. 
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20 July 2015

Forest Hill and Stow Lake, San Francisco: 20 July 2015

Forest Hill and Stow Lake.


The approximate distance traveled was 9.7 miles. The approximate cumulative elevation gain was 702 feet. Click on the image to see the full-size map.
This graph shows the ascents and decents encountered in this ramble. Click on the image to see the full-size chart.
This house is located in the Forest Hill Neighborhood at the intersection of Castenada Street and Montalvo Street. Click on the image to see the full-size photo.
A waterfall entering Stow Lake, Golden Gate Park. Click on the image to see the full-size photo.
Golden Gate Pavillon. This was given to San Francisco by her Sister-City, Taipei, Taiwan. It was dedicated 15 April 1981 and is located on the shore of Stow Lake. Click on the image to see the full-size photo.

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