East Brother Light Station
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... for my wheelchair with motorized bike attachment but on the steeper sections I needed a shove or I would skid backward down the hill. Bob parked his bike part way up then walked behind me while we made our assent. It felt like we were climbing Mt. Everest or something. Once atop the mountain (ha, I mean hill) the view was spectacular! Well worth the effort. It was a Sound if Music sort of view with a panorama of the sea, hills and craggy coast. The trip back down the trail was ...
... the weather was good. So again, we didn't have much of a chance to explore this area as we had to quickly have dinner before getting back on the bus. The night tour was good, I think it would have been better if it was slightly darker when it started, but it was great by the time it ended! It also took us different routes to what we'd done earlier in the day so it wasn't repetitive, and the guide was different which meant we were given ...
Today was our final day at camp :(. The day started at 9:30 with some patrol games which included knot tying and trying to direct our team members blind folded. There was the fun fair set up with bouncy castles, fun fair food and craft activities. We were each given a list of crafts we had to do to earn the final charm on the bracelet we had been collecting ...
... a phone call. She’ll keep as we are here for 2 nights. The room was a major disappointment and nothing like we had seen on the net so would not recommend coming back here. The shared bathroom down the hall was the last straw today.
We wandered off and found a steak place, Tad’s, which was supposed to be the best. It reminded us of the old Steakhouse in Auckland with a constant stream of customers. Tomorrow, we are out on a city tour, so no driving.
... Woods, drinking coffee in the beautiful town of Sausilito (think D4 with wooden houses and better weather) and just soaking in the carnival vibe. A great time in a great City, but oh is it pricey - a one bedroom apartment rents at $3,400 a month ($2 and a half means you share the toilets down the hall!). Nicest person we met: Dr David, on his summer break from first year medicine at University College Galway (Oliver) Funniest things that happened: Dad walking through a glass 'door' ...