A bit further along, however, the rest of the Battery East Trail was fully walkable. This is the curly concrete walk with the gorgeous bridgeview, now green and wildflowery. pic 1.
Down, then up again on the old wood stairway that descends to the west end of Crissy Field (153 steps), pix 2 through 14.
Near the top of the stairs are some fragrant wild roses, but most of them now decorate the beginning of the Presidio Promenade at the Andrews Road sign, pics 15, 16, 17.
At the end of this long-loved short trail that’s between two vehicle streets, continued south to the Crissy Field Overlook and down to the stables via the old wood pedestrian bridge (18), this area still unaffected by all the construction work still going on around it.
Passing the stables, up to the Park Trail where I discovered a third “Picturing the Presidio” installation by Lyle Gomes, this photo from 1991, pics 19 through 21. There are five more of these somewhere in the park for me to find.