Dancing Coyote Beach
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Had only read of Beach Blanket Babylon, but seeing that it's been running for 40 years this week, I figured we had to see it. And, seeing the huge hats, and reading of the crazy pop culture and current events references, I was sure Zach would enjoy it, too. Right on all counts - we went on a Sunday afternoon, had lunch ...
... around town - martinis were $14 and a glass of wine was $10 - but still worth it, considering the view!
Cable car ride again - this time….back to Fisherman’s Wharf and back to the hotel. Ahhhhh, what a day! Neither one of us was really hungry for a big dinner meal….so we just had something light. We joked about having Ben & Jerry’s again, but we showed restraint! Maybe tomorrow! Haha.
... health and safety measures were tightened..... 3 men died during the construction of the bridge, a testament to the improvements.
After we'd crossed the bridge we descended to Sausalito where we had the option of catching the ferry back to SF or continuing, we opted to continue and said goodbye to our fellow riders.
We carried on the cycle path to Old Mill Park where beautiful houses nestled ...
... out in the Inner Sunset area near the Golden Gate Park. This Park which is 20% larger than Central Park, I had only driven pass. With the high frequency N MUNI subway / light rail line, getting into town should be no problems at ...
... the local parks lady and a camp volunteer where was the next best place to stay. She recommended a spot at Samuel P. Taylor Sate park 45 minutes up the road. It had showers which made our eyes light up! ;) We're currently camped at a beautiful spot surrounded by huge Redwood trees right next to a little creek. Apparently the campsite is booked up during weekends, however we are very lucky and there was over half the campsites to chose from. Megan has ...
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