Crossing the Golden Gate Bridge never gets old.
Each time is different. It's as if you're inside a constantly changing diorama.
See the fog? It’s one of the causes for San Francisco, California microclimates — along with the cold Pacific Ocean tides and the winds that crisscross the Marin Headlands or roll off Mount Tamalpais. Within a fifteen-minute car ride, you can go from 55 degrees in the city, to 66 degrees when you cross the Golden Gate Bridge, to 77 degrees in Mill Valley.
Always a thrill.