Starting off with the 136 north stairs: 1, 2
Alongside the road over to Johnstone. Love looking down from here: 3 thru 8
Descending to Clarendon, crossing over into the Midtown Terrace neighborhood and up La Avanzada: 9 thru 13
From La Avanzada to Palo Alto: 14, 15, 16
Up the Marview trail into Twin Peaks Park: 17 thru 20
Superstrong winds and blowing fog: 21
An online survey taken recently depicted the vehicle accessible part of Twin Peaks Blvd. and new eastside car-free section in two different bright colors, but it wasn’t like this in reality; just newly paved.
Moving along the east side: 22 thru 26
Checkig out the eastside stair-trail down to Crestline to see if it had been replaced. So far the old uneven wood steps are s till there, but instead of the usual 93, this time counted 90: 27 thru 33
The 37 Corbett bus still stops at 74 Crestline. When going bak downhill there’s a short end-of-the-line layover at Parkridge. They no longer announce “Twin Peaks,” but instead “Burnet” as a destination.
Top of the long Vista Lane stairway at the 74 Crestline stop. Vista is about three blocks long with several continuing flights starting up from Burnet near Hopkins: 34, 35, 36