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GETTING OUTDOORS IN AND NEAR SAN FRANCISCO

GETTING OUTDOORS IN AND NEAR SAN FRANCISCO

The good news is that you have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and are ready to pack your bags and travel.

The bad news is that the “original” novel coronavirus and its variants are still moving through the world and that none of the available vaccines provide 100% immunity from them.

You want to head to San Francisco and your anti-COVID strategy is to spend as much time as possible outdoors during your stay.

The good news is that if you are going to visit between now (mid-to-late April) and October the odds that you will get rained on are low. But summer in and around the City of San Francisco can be windy, foggy and cold, at least at times. So sweaters, jackets and long pants and long-sleeved shirts should be in your suitcase, not just shorts and tee-shirts.

Here are some suggestions for outdoor activities during your stay. Some visitor facilities in the San Francisco Bay Area mentioned it this story may be closed due to the pandemic so be sure to check online to see what will actually be open during your stay.

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Seeing Seals Saved By The Seashore

Seeing Seals Saved By The Seashore

We humans feel a kinship to marine mammals: Porpoises, dolphins, whales, seals, sea lions.

They’re a bit like us: Talkative, social,  solitary, inquisitive, active, and some times lazy beach bums.

And like us, they’re smart.

And like us, sometimes they become ill or are injured and need help.

Which is when we help them, just like we help each other. And just like we do with our human relatives, we visit them when they are in the hospital.

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