I was lucky enough to grab a spot in the ultra cool 'Pin It Forward,' put together by SFgirlbay. In honor of the theme 'Home,' I've dubbed this week on Sugar and Spice 'Home Week.'
And today, I am giving you a glimpse to the part of San Francisco that I call home.
Yes, the City can be cold, foggy and rainy- especially in the summer. BUT yesterday was the type of day that makes me never want to leave. A little bit of new, a bit of old, and a lot of modern, organic living.
We started off the day with the new, and we checked out SF's latest Farmer's Market at Fort Mason, and really, with views like this, how could it not be spectacular:
A beautiful day, yes, but the fog was lingering in the background.
And of course the all new farmer's market did not disappoint:
Next up, a bit of old. Established in 1776, the Presidio became a National Park in 1994 when the Army left all 1,400 acres to the care of the National Park Service and the Presidio Trust. We might be City dwellers, but we survive City living by being able to take advantage of such an amazing asset just three blocks from our house.
The Presidio is Huck's favorite weekend retreat too. Can you spot the smiling little puppy dog?
And finally, just a few SF City icons that we spotted along the way:
So that's a bit of home from Sugar and Spice. What about your City screams home to you?