Today's hike was a favorite route: Off the bus at Park Presidio and California and up 14th Ave. to the trail that curves to the right. The first stairway was to the dunes boardwalk (first pic), 104 steps if you count the several on the boardwalk itself at the top.
Up Battery Caulfield to Washington and onto a trail that curves round the south side of Rob Hill Campground, in use today, tents scattered about. Down a few wood steps and onto the short trail that leads to the Fort Scott neighborhood and community garden.
This time took the long way around to Immigrant Point Overlook from Fort Scott to descend the Connector Trail (208 steps down to Lincoln: next two pix). On the way passed a bunch of grouphikers whom I later saw down at Lincoln near the Sand Ladder trailhead just as I was about to step down into the woods from Immigrant Point.
The Batteries to Bluffs Trail is saturated with wildflowers and enclosed in greenery. Noticed a number of damselflies and bumblebees on both the Connector and BTB (fourth pic: the west side).
From the bus out of the park, could see to my left the new bridge approach on its own now. The last pic was taken last December, showing old and new.