The higher you get in SF often means the farther away you are from the frazzle & masses. This also often equates to more abundant street parking & the possibility of running into cars of yesteryear. Like this one! On Crestline Drive, right below Twin Peaks, seen on Sunday during a relaxing afternoon excursion. Disclaimer: I love, grew up with and own a bug. 🐞 #twinpeakssf#vwbeetle#vwbug#sanfranciscopeaks#groovy#fiftyshadesofpavement#runnershigh
A little glimpse of the San Francisco volcanic field in the distance that is related to the San Francisco peaks🌋🔥✨ when we first moved here we lived right by Sunset Crater & were lucky enough to have two quads in the shed & the cinders right in our backyard. I learned how to drive a (very old) manual quad for the first time in the hills of northern az. It involved a lot of stalling midway up huge hills and was seriously the most fun ever. Everywhere you look in flagstaff you can find remnants of this volcanic field, from the cinders they lay down on the roads to make it easier to drive in the snow, to the way the land itself was shaped by lava flow ❤ once upon a time when you stood right here you would have seen a belt of active volcanoes. Crazy.