Tbh these are great all times of the year, but some hot sun and a cool breeze can only make them THAT much better.
  1. Pescadero
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    Goats, goat cheese, artichoke bread, wine, fresh berries, beach, Duarte's Tavern. I would basically do this every single weekend the sun was out if it was acceptable.
  2. Tomales Bay
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    Hwy 1, oysters, good views and even better friends to join
  3. Hike Mt. Tam
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    This never gets old. Start at Stinson Beach and do a loop into the Redwoods. Finish the day off at Parkside Cafe.
  4. Spirits Alley/ Faction Brewing in Alameda
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    Spirits, brews and wineries all on one street with a sweet view back onto the SF skyline
  5. Lagunitas/Petaluma
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  6. Alice's Restaurant in Woodside
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    Especially for the motorcycle/vintage & sports car/cyclist enthusiasts. Even if you're none of those it's a gorgeous drive through the trees and windy roads through open space preserves.
  7. Ferry to Sausalito
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    Rent bikes, take a hike, then watch the sunset over SF with cocktails at Bar Bocce
  8. Ferry to Tiburon
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    Sit on the deck at Sam's, soak up the sun and drink a Bloody Mary. Or three.
  9. Beach day in Santa Cruz
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    Because the town is super chill and the beaches are warmer
  10. Camping in Mendocino
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  11. Healdsburg for wine tasting and a beginner fly fishing trip.
    I may or may not be able to take care of both of those things personally.
    Suggested by @lucas