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After meeting Chuck just outside of San Francisco, we took the BART into the city. We were able to explore a variety areas including Union Square, the World's Crookedest Street, and Fisherman's Wharf. At the Wharf, we enjoyed fresh seafood, the shops on Pier 39, and a view of Alcatraz. The seagulls were ruthless. We saw a man with a basket of shrimp in his hand. He was attacked from all angles and lets just say the seagulls won. Unfortunately it was too foggy for us to see ...
... way I was bringing the real deal with me), it is just as good of a reminder of what is waiting for me when I return home...and if I lose this ring, there's a nice green stain that it leaves behind on my finger to remind me :D Heads up to all who don't know, but NEXUS lineups are for members only. I get general anxiety from airport security and customs to begin with, so the first customs attendant (?) that made eye contact with me ...
... It was nice to be back in familiar territory, what I realize I now consider to be home. But really it isn't. So confusing. I was uncomfortable with my emotions that evening, so turned in early. Grateful for their offer of their motor home and my own private space to be with me.
The next morning I awoke to a text message stating that breakfast was being served in the main dining hall. Now how can anyone resist such an ...
... to in the future. We get back to fisherman's wharf and decide to have lunch at one of the many restaurants. I had a fish taco and salad. Al had clam chowder is a sourdough bowl. We then walk the streets looking at tourist shops. We get back on bus to go to other stops..and go to the Ferry Building where they have lots of craft stalls. Very nice things...wish we had a few empty suitcases..maybe another time. We then head back again..getting to know certain tourist guides on the ...
... carrier, and measured the leash just the right length where she could be free, but not free enough to disrupt me or make the drive unsafe. It was perfect for her, and for me. It was a pleasant and bonding drive. Leaving Seattle and driving through Oregon was another moment.
When we finally got to Oakland, much later than I thought, we got all of her things set up and let her settle in. When I saw my brother's house it made ...
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