Posts Tagged ‘conzelman’

World-Famous Golden Gate Bridge Overlook Shut Down to Tourists – Look at All the People NOT Standing Here Atop Battery Spencer

Thursday, February 16th, 2017

Four and a half-star Battery Spencer is mostly shut down these days, owing to the current tunnel situation.

Here’s how you can tell  – nobody’s up there. See?

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The white stuff on the left is just one section of all the barricades.

But you’re welcome to to walk or ride your bike up there.

Remembering happier times, Suntori times:

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As Seen From Frisco: Black Sands Beach, Conzelman Road, Sausalito, CA 94966 – No Nudes is Good Nudes

Thursday, September 17th, 2015

Everybody at Black Sands Beach has made a pretty big effort to get there, what with this part of Conzelman being a one-way road.

Most of the people you can see are never-nudes, not that it’s easy to tell what with the heat haze making photos a bit blurry:

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You should visit some time…

Wow: Marin Headlands, Golden Gate Bridge, Conzelman, Bay Bridge, Financial District, Sutro Tower, Sunset District and Fog

Sunday, June 3rd, 2012

Fog, fog, fog.

Another great capture from Joe Azure:

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Red Star, Sausalito, CA

Tuesday, February 7th, 2012

Yowzer:

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The Best Place to See San Francisco is at Hendrik Point at Battery Spencer, Above the Golden Gate Bridge

Friday, August 26th, 2011

And if you’re staying at Cavallo Point, it’s a nice little hike.

The path to Hendrik Point:

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The reverse angle, showing where 4.5 Yelp-star-rated Battery Spencer used to be:

Those people way up there look like little ants, huh?

The End of “Battery Construction 129” in the Marin Headlines – The Feds are Closing Down Underground Hangout

Thursday, June 30th, 2011

Battery 129 near Hawk in Hill in the Marin Headlands used to be a place where you could hang out and live and drink beer and do your cave art, but no more, since the Feds are shutting it down, per the Marin IJ

The place is big:

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Oh well.

Good-bye Battery Construction 129.

Meet MUNI’s Most Popular Bus Route, the #76 Marin Headlands – Only on a Sunday

Thursday, April 21st, 2011

Finally, the Yelpers agreethe 76 Marin Headlands rulez!

Check it, Per Helen L:

“I hate that this bus ONLY runs on Sundays and certain holidays.
I hate that this bus ONLY runs once an hour.
I hate that this bus stops running in the evening.
However, this is still the bestest MUNI route EVER!!!”

Here it is, in action near the Golden Gate Bridge:

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See you on the 76!

All the deets after the jump

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Some of the Nude Beaches in Marin County Can be a Little Hard to Get to These Days

Thursday, September 2nd, 2010

You’ll have to figure out for yourself just exactly where in Marin County this nude beach is, in this mostly-SFW photo from a while ago. The place was officially closed at the time due to an unsafe stairway and it’s more-than-likely officially closed at this time.

But actually, your nudist types like out-of-the-way places anyway, the kind that require long descents from the nearest road.

Now, your San Francisco Bay Guardian occupies the field of nude beach field scouting – their link appears to be down right now but feel free to give a try later on.  

The nude types were to the east of the stairway and the never-nudes were to the west – it all worked out. All the while, a couple of fun fearless females felt free to parade up and down the whole beach by the low tide line, on the catwalk, they did their little turn on the catwalk, yeah on the catwalk, on the catwalk, yeah, they did a little turn on the catwalk for about half-hour:

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By the way, is there a special law that disallows photography on Public Nude Beaches? Not that I’m aware of.

Cyclists Have No Worry About Cars on Marin County’s Conzelman Road

Friday, October 16th, 2009

Pretty much. There are more bikes than cars on this stretch of one-way road to the Point Bonita Light House and beyond in the Marin Headlands.

The catch is that you have to ride your bike all the way up the two-way part from where the road starts near the North Tower of the Golden Gate Bridge.

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But otherwise, it’s a nice ride…

The Best Place to See San Francisco is from Battery Spencer in Marin County

Monday, April 20th, 2009

This is the view from San Francisco looking over at the chopped-off hill known as Battery Spencer. What used to be the location of three 12″ Watervliet Arsenalguns from the Edicott Era is now just a short hike uphill from the north end of the Golden Gate Bridge.

See if the Yelpers like it here. Find your way to get there here.

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