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SanFran and The PCH

By micah2074, 08/28/2019
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It looks like you had better weather than when I was through there at the end of May, cold and overcast/foggy. 

 

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It was foggy. I’ve looked forward to riding across the bridge for years. I got to do it and couldn’t see it. 

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48 minutes ago, betoney said:

cold and overcast/foggy

In the Bay Area?  Seriously??  :)  

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1 hour ago, texscottyd said:

In the Bay Area?  Seriously??  :)  

Back before the internet was a thing one of my favorite things to do was to go to the City in the summer and watch tourists in shorts and t-shirts scramble to find something warm to put on. The internet curtailed some of the fun, but there are still a number of people who just can't quite grasp what 54 degrees and foggy wind feels like, as they're sitting in a perfectly normal summer weather location. 

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@maximo - Even though I’ve been in Houston for 30+ years, my career in software means I’ve spent lots of time in the Bay Area (and - interestingly enough - Salt Lake City).  The summer tourists generally do not disappoint!  :) 

Full disclosure:  I made an epic weather miscalculation myself a few years ago.  I got drafted into a short notice work trip to Punta Arenas, at the very southern tip of Chile, in the middle of July.   It was 105 degrees when I left Houston, so it never occurred to me that it was the dead of winter in the Southern Hemisphere, in a city where you can literally see Antarctica on a clear day.  The locals certainly found it amusing... 

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1 hour ago, texscottyd said:

 

Full disclosure:  I made an epic weather miscalculation myself a few years ago.  I got drafted into a short notice work trip to Punta Arenas, at the very southern tip of Chile, in the middle of July.   It was 105 degrees when I left Houston, so it never occurred to me that it was the dead of winter in the Southern Hemisphere, in a city where you can literally see Antarctica on a clear day.  The locals certainly found it amusing... 

That’s awesome!  👍🏻

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