As photographed by James Corrigan:
The biggest of the Farallones is in this shot, if you can spot it, 25 miles away…
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This was a much better than average day for looking for the Farallones…
Here’s Rivera during last week’s Storm of the Month, which, Ocean Beach surfing-wise, was much better than average – hundreds of surfers were on the wet side of the Great Highway on this day:
Well, forget all that:
Seas from the developing system will combine with the distant swell and build to 15-18 feet. Mavericks at Half Moon Bay is likely to see some of the largest waves reaching as high as 27 feet during high tide. Stinson Beach and Ocean Beach could see 11 to 18-foot waves. High tide on Wednesday will be at 2 a.m. and 12:38 a.m., Thursday at 2:40 a.m. and 1:12 p.m., and Friday at 3:19 a.m. and 2:02 p.m.
An overly-confident pedestrian is a dead pedestrian, sometimes:
Oh, here’s the same scene a few blocks up the road:
Oh, what’s that, jaywalking is merely a “legal construct” and “Vision Zero” 2024 is going to prevent all transportation-related deaths in San Francisco County within a decade?
I’ll tell you, I used to live in the Sunset District, for a short time, when I was in my twenties, and now I’m in my forties and most of what I remember is the relentless fog.
And these days, I keep hearing from the current residents, the Fog Truthers, people who Deny The Fog.
Some people in the Sunset go there every day / every week, so good for them.
And all the Airbnb’ers of the Funset should get on over there as well, if only just once.
So there, I’ve said something nice about the Sunset…
What do you see here? It’s a Rorschach test deal:
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There are some millionaires out there who think that we should take tax money, mostly from non-millionaires of course, and use it to get rid of all these cables and wires and whatnot and replace them with a more expensive approach.
I cry foul.