The seasons have turned in San Francisco. Last week the skies cleared; grey mornings were replaced by high clouds, and we had a couple of spectacular sunsets. September is a month I have always enjoyed, a time of shifting, where new years begin.
This week sees the return of Roaming Zen for a second season. It will be shorter than the first season, as I don’t intend to continue into the rainy months any more than I wanted to hike through the fog; I hope the five weekends I have scheduled will bring memorable views and moments of quiet clarity in different parts of the city.
We will start on Sunday 11th, meeting at the Land’s End Visitor Center on Point Lobos Avenue, between 48th Ave and the Cliff House, at 1:30pm, to explore the ups and downs of Land’s End, from the baths to the heights, and the route of the old narrow gauge railway.
As always, you can book through Eventbrite, or just show up and pay me ‘on the door’.
Here’s to another season where we wander and wonder.