Today found the Presidio's Coastal Trail below the bridgeviewing area to still be closed with lots of construction around the two future Overlooks (to be completed later this spring). But the Batteries to Bluffs Trail (474 or so steps) is green and wildflowery and with this being a weekend, plenty of hikers and trail joggers up and down its length. Highly recommending the BTB for locals and visitors alike. Bring your camera, but mere photos don't do it justice. First three pix: Taken from/on the Batteries to Bluffs Trail.
Today's critter sighting was on the short stairway down from Battery Crosby to the sandy trail that winds up to Lincoln (fourth pic): a couple of tiny lizards. One obligingly stopped to pose for a couple of pix (fifth photo).
At the west trailhead, a gaggle of skateboarders atop Battery Crosby. Crossed Lincoln and continued my climb up the Connector Trail to Immigrant Point Overlook (208 steps), passing a bongo-playing dude on the trail's single bench.
Looped around, down the short, eucalyptus-scented trail behind Rob Hill Campground to the back of the Fort Scott neighborhood, across the field, and around to the #28 bus stop this time instead of down Battery Caulfield Road as I often do.