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Dispatches: Bays, Bridges & Boats

May 24, 2012

San Francisco is a city that had me at hello.  Since my first visit almost ten years ago, I’ve been hooked and crossed the continent every year.  Having driven, ridden the rails and flown, the trip over has almost been as fun as the finish line.  Last month I headed back to the other side to kick around, raise some sails and see some old friends.

A city with its own vibe and its own compass, SF isn’t for everyone, but I back it.  Each time I visit, I learn a little bit more about the city and its character.  Completely dissimilar to where I call home, there’s still plenty to offer and keep anyone guessing.  This trip had me covering more ground than anytime before.  From Tomales Bay to the Redwoods, the bases were covered.

Often times I wonder if I can leave the magnet of New York and make a pilgrimage west.  For the time being I’ll keep wondering and keep making the crossing.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. May 24, 2012 20:56

    SF is one of the must to stops on the west coast. A food Mecca and ethnic melting pot. I be been going for yrs. but I have to admit its been a few yrs since I have been back.
    Thanks for reminding me of all the city by the bay has to offer .

  2. randall permalink
    June 1, 2012 10:24

    there is a hell of a lot to like about San Francisco. I don’t get there as often as I’d like, but every time I do, I fall in love again.

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