In this video, it shows my cousins Steven and Gretchen and I visit Lake Merced in San Francisco, CA. It was a lovely day to take a walk around the lake. Later, we decided to go drive through Golden Gate Bridge and go on top of the high hills near Sausalito, CA in the Golden Gate Nat'l Recreation Area to view the entire San Francisco Bay Area from a high elevation. It's amazing how a large city looks small from afar... Then to finish the day up with a boom, we decided to go down the hills, and into Rodeo Beach. We also saw the Rodeo Lagoon. This was a very nice beach, since it had cliffs, sea stacks and sand that isn't actually found on any other beach in the California coast. Rodeo Beach is known for its dark, pebbly sand and a good place for collecting semi-precious stones. This beach is unique among California beaches because it is mainly of coarse, pebbly chert grains, both red and green in color. Its mineral composition sets it apart from every other beach in the state. We also saw some jellyfishes along the beach and it was awesome! Hope you guys enjoy the video! Relax and enjoy the video...

(Footage taken on March 27, 2009)

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