The drive to Rodeo Beach is kind of fun. There's a one-way tunnel that you have to wait on, so getting there requires patience and dedication. Beyond that tunnel, you drive through Fort Cronkhite, a World War II mobilization post, one of the few remaining in the United States at this point.
The beach was more crowded than we'd ever seen it. Luckily, it had been mostly abandoned the other times we'd visited, so the only thing that was really in short supply was viable parking. We managed to find an empty parking spot about a quarter mile from the beachhead, parked, then made our way to the beach.
|Breezier than expected!
|Nice place to lay about!
|Tanya needed a new phone background. This might be a keeper!
|Looking at kites, making duck faces.
The entire set of adventures went well beyond our expectations. I'm not sure which one I liked best. They each fulfilled a very different kind of need, and the diversity kept us well entertained. Given the chance to do it again, in exactly the same way, I would, no question.
And we really don't have a summer vacacay scheduled, although I do have a company trip to Denver during the first week of August, so you never know... ;)