The Sutro Baths were built in the 1870s by a German engineer.
They were an architectural wonder of their times and incredibly popular with people in the San Francisco area. There was an ice rink, museum, and bleacher seating in the arena for more than 3,000 spectators at one time. The remains of the Sutro Baths are owned nowadays by the National Park Service in CA. The locale mysteriously burnt down to the ground way back in the 1960’s, but you can still see a good amount of the ruins and there are a number of diving areas that are pretty close to the seawall. My good pals and I visited the Sutro Baths a few weeks ago and all of us stopped at a recreational cannabis dispensary on our way to San Francisco. Since all of us were spending the day outside at the beach, it seemed like the most wonderful day to enjoy recreational cannabis! Recreational cannabis is legal in the state and San Francisco has a fair amount of recreational cannabis shops, and it was easy to find somewhere close to the interstate. All of us didn’t have to deviate far from our route. The group of us picked out a couple of odd things to try that particular day, including some super yummy edible cannabis treats that tasted basically like peaches. They were kind of sweet with a little bit of tang. They tasted far better than most of the gummy candy that you can get in the grocery store and it was not very easy to tell that they were infused with cannabis. The day at the ruins was filled with a lot of excellent memories and I’m cheerful all of us decided to take numerous pictures… After smoking a nice joint, I didn’t remember some of the daytime activities.