Select All

I’ve been sorting through the layers and styles that have built up over the years, and making the file all neat and clean. The header shows what the screen looks like when I hit “select all.”

Here’s a sample of Buena Vista Park, which along with Golden Gate Park and downtown is shown as a detail map. The blue Ridge Trail route along the east edge of the park is my plain, simple detour around the park we planned in 1989; it is signed for both bikes (on street) and hikers (on sidewalk). There is an exciting proposal to route the hiker’s route over the center of the park using a combination of new and old trails. It will take some doing to get it approved and signed, but it will give a much more intimate view of the park (and from the park). 

Detail of Buena Vista Park trails

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2 Responses to “Select All”

  1. John Says:

    Your San Francisco trails map looks fantastic! As an avid hiker/runner/city explorer, your twin peaks map is already one of my favorites. When and where can I buy a copy?

    • peasepress Says:

      Hi John,
      Replying to your blog comment a few weeks back, The Walker’s Map of San Francisco is available at several San Francisco bookstores. As of Thanksgiving, the list (updated on my blog) includes Russian Hill Bookstore (Polk just north of Broadway), Green Arcade (Market at Gough), Alexander Book Co. (2nd St. at Market), and the Warming Hut at Crissy Field. In a couple days it should also be at Books, Inc. and Book Passage, plus out in the Richmond District at 17th and Balboa Grocery. Going through the proper channels to get into REI may take until mid January. In a couple days (after Thanksgiving) I’ll have a catalog page on my website on how to order by mail.

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