Jugo de toronja, cafe, y Reforma while waiting for my brother to arrive. at Four Seasons Hotel – View on Path.

Jugo de toronja, cafe, y Reforma while waiting for my brother to arrive. at Four Seasons Hotel – View on Path.

They’re serving our charcuterie! with Alex at Presidio Pizza Company – View on Path.

They’re serving our charcuterie! with Alex at Presidio Pizza Company – View on Path.

with Justin and Fred at Stinson Beach – View on Path.

with Justin and Fred at Stinson Beach – View on Path.

with Matt, Dustin, Bill, and Adam at Top of San Bruno Mountain – View on Path.

with Matt, Dustin, Bill, and Adam at Top of San Bruno Mountain – View on Path.

The parklet is coming! So pumped for this. with Elaine at The Mill – View on Path.

The parklet is coming! So pumped for this. with Elaine at The Mill – View on Path.

Big surf at Rodeo Beach, the turnaround point of our 25 mile ride. with Alex at Rodeo Beach – View on Path.

Big surf at Rodeo Beach, the turnaround point of our 25 mile ride. with Alex at Rodeo Beach – View on Path.

We made 30 pounds of charcuterie today. Sopressata, chorizo, and fennel salami. with Alex and Cameron at Alta Plaza Park – View on Path.

We made 30 pounds of charcuterie today. Sopressata, chorizo, and fennel salami. with Alex and Cameron at Alta Plaza Park – View on Path.

Mr. Matteson! with Matt at Duboce Park Cafe – View on Path.

Mr. Matteson! with Matt at Duboce Park Cafe – View on Path.

Happy birthday Dom! with Meredith and Dom at Tranquility Base – View on Path.

Happy birthday Dom! with Meredith and Dom at Tranquility Base – View on Path.

at Pismo State Beach – View on Path.

at Pismo State Beach – View on Path.

Road trip! at Gaviota State Park – View on Path.

Road trip! at Gaviota State Park – View on Path.

A New Mexican volcano erupted 1 million years ago and left a 1,000 foot thick layer of ash in the area. Hundreds of years ago, the Anasazi discovered this canyon and built kivas into the soft cliff faces. They called this canyon home for 400 years before disappearing. at Bandelier National Monument – View on Path.

A New Mexican volcano erupted 1 million years ago and left a 1,000 foot thick layer of ash in the area. Hundreds of years ago, the Anasazi discovered this canyon and built kivas into the soft cliff faces. They called this canyon home for 400 years before disappearing. at Bandelier National Monument – View on Path.

Anasazi petroglyphs! at La Cienega – View on Path.

Anasazi petroglyphs! at La Cienega – View on Path.

From a visit to Point Reyes earlier this year. (at Point Reyes National Seashore)

From a visit to Point Reyes earlier this year. (at Point Reyes National Seashore)

Roll Call. What a great crew.  (at Top of San Bruno Mountain)

Roll Call. What a great crew. (at Top of San Bruno Mountain)