homeless garden ferry ride

lunch at the marina in sausalito

We got really lucky with the weather and headed north after meeting at Mama’s cafe on Mission. We wound our way up Glen Park and stopped at a community garden along the way. The garden hosts classes on everything from seed cultivating to composting and was brimming with volunteers.

ruth huffing it up o'shaughnessysally practising the official sports drink poseresting by glen parkcommunity garden


Further on Ruth led us to a garden center inside of Golden Gate Park that exclusively sells native plants of the SF area. There is a weird symbiosis going on with the plant center and the recycling depot that shares its parking lot. Shortly after leaving, we came across a weird scene of a collapsed man with blood streaming out of his ear. Sally was the hero of the day and called for an ambulance. After the ambulance arrived, we continued north to the Presidio and on to GG Bridge.

native plant shop at golden gate parkthe official bowling pin garden rabbitstegasaurus being a native plant.sally tormenting local wildlife


The view made up for the thick tourist traffic and we eventually made it up to Sausalito. Sandwiches were procured, an empty floating dock was found, and we enjoyed lunch as the temperature dropped. We made it to the ferry with 5 minutes to spare and headed back home.

marin from the presidioruth and sallyview north to towards the oceanone of the moments i can't believe i actually live in a place this beautifulsign outside of sally's workspaceview of alcatraz from the ferry

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