Water, Water Everywhere # 145: Land’s End

I am fascinated by Land’s End. It’s the tip of San Francisco that abuts into the Pacific Ocean. It’s at one end of the Great Highway, past Ocean Beach.

Now, a section of the Great Highway has been blocked off, so I can’t take that iconic drive through the sand dunes any longer. I have to detour through the Outer Richmond before doubling back to the ocean.

The Cliff House is the only remaining landmark. It’s being used temporarily as a museum and art gallery. I heard a restaurant was going to take it over. Good. I’d only been at the old restaurant a handful of times, but I loved that the tables were arranged next to big, plate-glass windows that made me feel as if I were right IN the surf.

Posting this for Jez’s WWE Challenge.

Stay tuned.


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