The Golden Fire Hydrant, which saved San Francisco's oldest building after the 1906 earthquake
The Mission Dolores in San Francisco has stories to tell
You can see that again! And again! And again gin gin!
A curtain of water creates a 'wall' that provides a surprisingly secluded space to read several of Martin Luther King's wise words.
A place to visualize the impact the 1906 earthquake.
The story behind the photo behind the statue
She second most decorated U.S. Navy Ship in World War II, exceeded only by the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Enterprise.
The wave organ at the tip of the spit in San Francisco.
One day you're an intricate drinking fountain. The next you're a monument to human spirit.
A well-groomed lawn bowling green in San Francisco.
A very pleasant waterfall in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.
A place to see, and learn fascinating details about, the San Andreas Fault.
The hidden cat, and other details of the 'hidden garden' steps.
The upper end of the 'hidden garden' steps in San Francisco
Then gold was found, and the shoreline was history.
The Interfaith AIDS Memorial Chapel in Grace Cathedral, San Francisco.
An unusually lovely tree
This building is a true survivor, of earthquakes, fires, and even a little trinitrotoluene.
Meditative path outside Grace Cathedral.
A durable church with a durable message.
Cupid's span. Arrows not to scale!
This Weekly Gem is the Pony Express plaque commemorating the first pony express mail delivery to San Francisco
Read to gain a better appreciation for speed, AC, pavement, and springs.