The eye-catching red arrow is in Rincon Park facing the San Francisco Bay. It is as if an arrow shot by cupid from the sky stuck in the ground. There might be some cool man who proposes here.
It’s an advertising sign of “meet a giraffe” from the San Francisco Zoo. The face of giraffe is in the upper sign and the pillar standing from the ground imitates a long neck of giraffe. It will almost make you want to visit the zoo.
The huge dinosaur made of iron is seen from the road passing through. This is in front of a shop that sells ornaments for outdoor gardens, such as fountains and rocks. It’s hard to miss and you will instinctively want to stop by. In the movie Jurassic Park, a dinosaur came into the backyard of a house. If you want, you can buy a dinosaur for your garden.
This sign is put up on roads off of Highway 1 running along the Pacific Ocean going up towards hills and mountains. It tells to flee to higher ground when a tsunami warning is issued. Although the sign might have been there for a long time, attention had not been paid to it. After the Great East Japan Earthquake, it should not be ignored.
Farms are scattered in this area and sheep, horses, cattle, goats are reared in free-range. When a herd of them slowly cross the road toward the field on the opposite side, they have the right-of-way. A sign of goat crossing is rare, whereas a sign of sheep crossing is occasionally seen.