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... December 23rd at city hall in SF, then spent New Year's Eve in SF watching fireworks, so it only seemed appropriate to do a hike near SF as well. We drove to Mt. Tamalpais State Park where we only hiked for about 25 minutes (Abe's ankle was giving him issues, Farrah was getting scared of the height, and I was feeling under the weather). We found a perfect spot where we had an amazing panoramic view of the ocean and ...
... got to hang on the side of the tram for an exhilerating ride as the cable car charged up and down the steep streets enjoying the great views on offer along the way. 'Landing' back at Market Street we did a bit more shopping (shoes were on the menu today :) before I retired to the hotel whilst the girls continued on their mission. After a brief break in the hotel, we ventured out to the Indian ...
... canteen and at the far end was a grand piano with a girl
playing. As soon as I saw it I walked up with purpose, moved the girl over and
played “what should we do with a drunken sailor” or at least I hit 3 keys that
sounded nothing like the opening to that song. We got chatting to the Texan
girls who said they’d take us out in Austin for my birthday and then we got
thrown out because the staff knew we weren’t ...
... mountain roads.
I promised the girls that they would see "real" mountains here, and they ask if these are "real". They are 2,000-3,000 feet tall, so bigger than most in the blue ridge, but nothing compared to what we will see in Yosemite. We head down into the park and find the lot full. We have to park about 1/2 a mile down the road and we hike up to the forest.
For those that are unfamiliar with Muir, it is the oldest set of ...
... Los Banos when we turned north and headed through the heart of the San Joaquin Valley, looking at the wide range of broad acre and horticultural and dairy production. Arrived in Sacramento by 6.30pm, spent long enough to catch up with Bruno & Sarina & Bruce before walking the 1/2 km to the Elephant Bar, a bar and grill. Knocked down a couple of quick beers before a grill dinner, very tasty. I got a funny look from ...