So, you remember yesterday’s ride from the Ferry Building to Fort Point and back? Today we went from Spear and Folsom in San Francisco to the Ferry Terminal in Tiburon.
Our friend Steve the Programmer acted as our guide. We followed the same route, but before we turned on the final approach to Fort Point, we took the road up to the Golden Gate Bridge. No unfortunately they are working on the west side of the bridge, so we had to walk/ride our bikes with all of the walkers and other bikers on the east side. It was very crowded, but the downhill to Sausalito was lots of fun.
In Sausalito we looked out at the City near the ferry terminal there, and then we were off again to Tiburon. At Tiburon we had a meal, and the barely got on the ferry. They almost locked us out because there were so many bikes on board. The entire bottom deck was full of bikes. They were leaned up again the outer bulkhead, and all around the lower staircase. We were kind of lucky to be nearly the last on because it meant that we were among the first of the bikes to get off.
This ferry took us back to Pier 41, and so we rode back to Steve’s place for a pit stop, and then rode back to Embarcadero BART and rode the train back to MacArthur.
All in all we did between almost 26 miles. We’re tired, but it’s feeling oh so good.