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Go Fly a Kite

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San Francisco has gently windy weather that makes almost every day a perfect day to fly a kite. And we have the perfect place to go where itís almost windy, the view is incredible, itís convenient, and you donít have to hold back for fear of your falling kite landing on nearby picnic-ers. The place? Chrissy Field between the Marine Sanctuary Center and the big marsh pond. This field is always empty because it has bumpy terrain and can get soggy in spots.  However, if it hasnít rained in a few days, itís fine, even at times dry enough to spread out a blanket.   What we like to do though, is bring our REI collapsible easy chair. WE get the kite up in the air and after weíve chased it around a bit, we hop into the easy chair (If Iím with one kid, he or she jumps on my lap), with our backs against the wind and watch the kite sail. Thereís nothing as perfect day out there in our opinion. Plus, itís free and parking is always free and open at the curve in the road right after the Sports Basement. Hereís a map of the Presidio (which is surprisingly hard to find on line):
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