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Well, 3:30 am did come early, especially since I was awake at 12:30! Finally got back to sleep sometime after 2:00. The trip to San Francisco airport was a breeze. No traffic at the ********** of dawn! Was able to tag on with Carol thru the TSA prep proved line. Didn't have to take off our shoes or get stripped searched, so dull and boring thus far. Sitting at the gate, waiting ...
... up the 308 steps. Chad and I were sweating after we got to the top! You really couldn't stop because of the steady stream of people coming and going. At the top the kids were sworn in as Point Reyes Junior Rangers and received patches instead of the pin. They also received patches when they completed the Ocean Steward Junior Ranger program at Olympic last year. Must be an ocean thing... After the lighthouse we drove down to Chimney Rock and took a short hike to see huge ...
... back to San Fran. Had a hot-choc and shared a cheesecake. Decided San Fran would be a pretty cool place to live (v expensive though-$3000 a month rent for a 1 bed studio apartment!) Drove back across GGB. Bed
Up. Checked out. Went post office and collected my bank cards wahooo! Walked the scenic route to the cable car (walked through a nice park by accident). Saw a massive ...
Managed to sleep in a bit longer the next day then went to a classic American Diner for breakfast - complete with booths and bottomless coffee. We shared a meal; bacon, eggs, pancakes and toast (don't know how one person could eat it all) and had a couple coffees! Finally we unleashed on the shops and did some shopping!!! There were so many sales and everything was pretty cheap so we shouted ourselves a few things which will top up our limited closet after leaving ...
... recommended a restaurant called Delancey. He said its run by a foundation that helps troubled young people get back on the rails by supporting them and giving them jobs within its business's for two years. He said the food and service is great and that he knows that because he worked there for 2 years, when his life had gone off the rails "through the choices I'd made." We started the tour at midday on a brilliantly clear day ...