Tom and I took a drive out to Point Bonita, the furthest point of the Marin Headlands north of San Francisco in the Golden Gate National Recreation area not long before sunset on Labor Day. Stopped for a snack at a new age store and wound up with this seaweed crap that looked like carbon paper. We took the boardwalk out to the lighthouse rock who's knife edge north ridge looks like a smokin' little scramble. We were unable to visit the lighthouse because the tunnel through the rock was closed off.
Then we went out to the cliffs overlooking the rock and Rodeo Beach (pronounced Roe-day-oh) to the north. Finally we drove down to Rodeo Beach for the sunset.