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Apparently, the Top of Twin Peaks is Closed Now, But Our Tourists Don’t Seem to Care – Four Fences Knocked DownFebruary 13th, 2017
I don’t exactly know how our SFGov wants people to ascend Twin Peaks these days – perhaps not at all.
Here’s how you get down, through the trampled down part of this fencing:
The western peak lacks fencing, for now.
And here’s the eastern peak again, also with trampled down fencing on its west side as well:
I mean no big deal, but if SFGov wants to keep ppl out of here, it’s doing a bad job. The thundering herd will simply mow over flimsy fencing such as this…
So blossoms in late January or February aren’t as much of a sign of global warming as some think.
Anyway, plum trees are famous for early blooming, is what I’m saying.