Nike Site, Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Headlands Marin, CA, U.S.A. June 3, 2017
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Category: aircraft, California, History, National Parks, Photography, Uncategorized Tagged: army, Blue Sky, California, cold war, Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Headlands, Headlands Marin, Marin, military, missile, National Park, Nike Site, Photography, Timothy S. Allen
I’ve been there and watched that puppy come up out of the ground Tim. Scary. –Curt
The Marin Headlands is a great place to visit. I was relieved to know that they were not fueled.
Nice with the turkey vulture flying overhead Ominous!
I did wait to get that vulture in. Thanks
Interesting overlap in our posts today Tim! When I was growing up in Cleveland in the ’60s, there was a Nike battery on the shore of Lake Erie. Duck & Cover… Scary stuff!
John, these seemed to have been located in many different places. I’d like to think we are living in a less threatening world but I’m doubting the truth to that. Sad!
Rawls, thank you. I did wait for that bird to fly over.
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