I did another stairway walk today. This is Chapter 17 in Adah Bakalinksy's fabulous book, Stairway Walks in San Francisco; Angle vs. Contour, Twin Peaks Foothills. We covered some of the same area last January when I walked to the top of Twin Peaks.
This particularly colorful front slope stopped me in my tracks.
How about a closer look at the Beschorneria.
Farther along, and higher up, I saw this Mediterranean garden that I liked quite a lot too.
Agave 'Blue Glow'--one of my favorites.
And this garden was designed by a Canadian woman whose son owns the house it goes with (or did). She likes structure I guess.
The view from that house's driveway.
At some point, I walked around the top of Tank Hill
Where it was very windy.
These rocky crags poke up in several places in San Francisco.
Anyway, back on the walk, this neighborhood reminded me a lot of Los Angeles for whatever reason.
That inflorescence must have been amazing.
And, yes, there were actual stairways on this stairway walk.
They were lovely, but in my view not esp. remarkable considering what else I've seen so far.