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Saturday Saturday Saturday: The North Face is Coming to Crissy Field for an Introduction to Mountain Athletics – Expect SwagFriday, March 21st, 2014
Apparently, there’s still time to sign up for these free sessions on March 22nd, 2014.
“Choose your goal. We’ll get you there. Join us Saturday, March 22nd at Crissy Field in the Presidio from 8am-2pm for an introduction to Mountain Athletics. Participate in a one-hour activity-specific group training led by Mountain Athlete trainers and The North Face athletes, including team ultrarunners Dean Karnazes and Hal Koerner. Pick up some schwag, check out our newest Mountain Athletics training apparel, and demo our Ultra Protection Series footwear.
“Please select one of the following sport specific Mountain Athletics training sessions:
Session 1 8:00 AM -Running Session 1 8:00 AM -Peak Bagging/Mountain Climbing
Session 2 9:30 – Running Session 2 9:30 – Peak Bagging/Mountain Climbing
Session 3 11:00 – Running Session 3 11:00 – Peak bagging/Mountain Climbing
Session 4 12:30 PM – Running Session 4 12:30 PM -Peak bagging/Mountain Climbing”
Another Sad Case of MUNI Fraud – And Yet, Does the SFMTA Give Tickets to Cable Car Drivers Who Steal $6 Fares? NoWednesday, November 14th, 2012
This is the face of MUNI Fraud.
North Face Girl didn’t pay her $2 fare, looks like.
So a crew of three SFMTA Inspectors had to take her down, for tout le monde to see.
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But what happens when a cable car driver steals a six dollar fare, like something that happens all the time every day?
Do MUNI Inspectors ever hand out citations for that?
I don’t know.
OMG, OMG, It’s “Summer Fun Day” at the Presidio Trust’s Crissy Field This Saturday! Noon to 5:00 PM, July 30th, 2011Thursday, July 28th, 2011
Oh man, after those AM clouds drift away this Saturday, it’s going to be a dreaded sunny day at Crissy Field for you and the fam at Summer Fun Day 2011!
“On July 30, Outdoor Nation, The Presidio Trust and the National Park Service will co-host a Summer Fun Day celebration at Crissy Field’s Historic Airfield. The public is invited to participate in an incredible range of outdoor recreation—from rock climbing, to camping competitions to orienteering—that are available close to home. This event is free and is expected to attract thousands of Bay Area residents. More information can be found at SummerFunDay.org.”
Presented by: The North Face, REI Foundation and The Conservation Fund
Co-Host: National Park Service and Crissy Field
When: Saturday, July 30 | 12:00noon-5:00pm
Location: Crissy Field’s Historic Airfield
Address: Mason Street, San Francisco, CA
Calling all Bay Area Residents!
Don’t miss a day of free family fun on Outdoor Nation’s ultimate, outdoor adventure playground!
Highlights of Summer Fun Day San Francisco:
REI Family Camping Fun
Hula Hooping and other Retro Games hosted by Merrell
Prizes, including CamelBak Water Bottles
Music, hiking and more!
All the deets, below.
Is Crissy Field really still growing? If so, the Continental Drift Theory is proven once again:
See you there!
Outdoor Nation Summer Youth Summits Culminate in San Francisco
Youth-led Movement for the Outdoors Plans Agenda—with more than $100,000 in Dedicated Funding for Youth Project Ideas—to Expand Access, Activity, and Appreciation
San Francisco, California – Outdoor Nation, the youth-led movement championing the outdoors, is coming to San Francisco, the fifth and final stop on the series of 2011 Youth Summits. For many reasons—access, cultural relevance, education, time, budget cuts—America’s youth is losing touch with the outdoors. Outdoor Nation is empowering the Millennial generation to address the issues head-on and develop their own solutions to connecting youth with the outdoors.
The three-day Summit, co-hosted by The Presidio Trust and the National Park Service, begins on July 29 at 12:00pm at the Presidio’s Fort Scott. A diverse group of more than 200 youth leaders aged 16 to 28 is expected in San Francisco, the Northwest Regional Summit. Delegates were chosen from online applications as well as nominations from Outdoor Nation partners.
Delegates will discuss regional outdoor issues and brainstorm project ideas to remove barriers to participation in the outdoors. Youth participants will vote for the top ideas in each region. The Outdoor Foundation will invest more than $10,000 in projects—a total of $100,000 for all the projects that result from the summits—with support from the National Park Service’s Rivers and Trails and Conservation Assistance National Programs.
Delegates will also address the deep budget cuts and unprecedented closures facing America’s State Parks, Outdoor Nation’s national partner and its top cause for 2011.
Ever more deets, after the jump
Look at just a part of the cache of TIMBUK2 messenger bags that were strewn about the sidewalks of the Lower Haight recently. Can you see how somebody took a blade and methodically rendered these bags useless – who would do that?
Are these factory seconds from the San Francisco Timbuk2 production line, like there was there a concern that inferior products could hurt the brand? Or maybe somebody didn’t want these items to getting returned to the store for refund or exchange?
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Now the people at the North Face Outlet, hooh boy, when they used to have sales in San Francisco’s SOMA back in the day, they used to bring it – just the tiniest flaw would justify a huge discount (and sometimes they’d have great deals on perfectly good, but unpopular, goods).
But how would The North Face people keep outlet purchasers from going to the full-price yuppie store in Union Square to get a full-price refund? Why, TNF would have a worker color in the iconic logo’s “O” with a Sharpie:
No refund for you! Some wear this blackened “O,” this scarlet ebony letter, as a badge of honor.
Anyway, It seems a shame about all those Timbuk2 bags.
Poor little fellers.