From there, I walked a few paces to the right, crossed the street, and continued up the next section of the Yosemite Steps. 15 steps. The next section of the Yosemite steps consisted of 28 steps and that led me to Arlington Avenue. What was interesting about these steps was all the handwritten Mark Twain Poems on the left wall.
Before crossing the street, I took a look at Frederick Park. I took the crosswalk and went up 21 steps to culminate into a sidewalk. I took a right and downhill, turned left onto Southampton Avenue. I kept trekking along and turned right onto Somerset.
In front of me was a park with an amphitheater built in 1934. I climbed 64 steps in the amphitheater up to a path which led me to 15 railroad steps. A plethora of squirrels played among me. I took 23 stone steps and then 21 more steps that led me to San Diego Road.
I turned right onto San Diego Rd and in between 771 and 775 found the Upton Lane. The Upton Lane consisted of 42 steps which led me to San Luis Rd. I climbed up and turned left onto Spruce Street. I noticed a lot of massive homes among this area.
Between houses 747 and 743 I climbed 25 steps on the Poplar Path, followed the pathway, and took 14 more steps to Cragmont Ave. I turned left on Cragmont, walked past Poplar and headed downhill on Halkin Lane. I found a sanctuary with a plethora of amazing statues. At 707 , I found the Alta Vista Path on the right. It was a very beautiful path. Purple flowers and an unforgettable view of the Golden Gate Bridge. Down 88 steps I went.
Reaching Santa Barbara, crossed the street and headed downhill. Turned left on Southampton, then turned right on San Luis Rd. Chester Lane was on the left. 9 steps and a narrow path.
I turned right and was stunned at all the hens and roosters at the 116 house. Hens and roosters were also all over the streets. I headed downhill and found Tunbridge Ln. 25 steps and lots of shrubs and vines, nice backyards.
On Arlington, took 13 steps down to the sidewalk, 4 more to the crosswalk, and 11 more till i went downhill. I walked past Yosemite until I found the Indian path. The Indian Path was stunning.