Details for the March Northern California SLK Enthusiast meeting on 3/19/05.
Times are approximate to let people join along the way. There are many links below for those that want the info, but donâ€™t let it intimidate you. Just showing up to follow in the group is fine.
Presidio Officers' Club Parking Lot
50 Moraga Avenue (at Arguello Blvd on the Main Post)
Presidio, San Francisco, CA
Directions are at:
Arrive at: 10:30 AM
The cafÃ© at the Officers club is available for coffee and/or light breakfast. The menu is at:
Depart Presidio at: 11:30 AM to allow people to see an Aerial Photo Exhibit that will be opening @ 11 and can be viewed free of charge in the club (see footnote).
Depart Presidio at: 11:30 AM - The drive route will start with a beautiful loop around the Presidio for about a half hour. A full drive text narration (PDF file) is at this link:
The Presidio Loop can be seen in the following PDF file)
We will then proceed across the Golden Gate Bridge to the Marin Headlands where we will drive through the hills with breathtaking views. We will target leaving the vista point at the north end of the Golden Gate about 12:15 to start the drive through the Marin Headlands Loop. PDF at:
The drive will have spectacular views and there will be a tour of the Marine Mammal Center from 1:00 to 1:30 p.m.
Thereafter ~2 p.m., we will drive down to Sausalito for a late lunch at Paradise Bay, 1200 Bridgeway, Sausalito, CA phone: 415-331-3236. PDF files of the menu front and back are at:
Packets with maps and information will be handed out at the meeting....[
For more details for March 19th and the rest of the year, contact Tom Brasher, (408) 578-2620, [email protected]
, or Cecil Brewer, (925) 373-1008, [email protected]
] FOOTNOTE (Art Exhibit)
This free exhibit features 57 iconic aerial images by famed photographer Robert Cameron. The large-format prints showcase wonders of the natural and man-made world as seen from 1,500 above. Cameron is known internationally through his series of books including Above San Francisco, Above Paris and Above Washington D.C. His latest book is Above Mexico City.