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... in San Francisco seems to go on for miles and miles. I arrive about 9:30 a.m.
I forgot how much walking there is in an airport. I pick up my luggage and walked and walked
and walked, my poor feet! I had been walking with Sam and Faith every evening to be in SHAPE, but our evening walks were not long enough to what awaited me at the San Francisco
Airport. Waited for David ...
... difficult because there are so many blind corners and very little pull over areas, and only a few of them have railings to stop you getting really close to the view. In the bottom of the canyon we stopped for lunch at Grizzly falls which compared to the photos we have seen was more like cute little kitten falls, but it still made an excellent spot for lunch. When we left the lodge this morning we were rugged up and freezing, two hours later in the valley we were ...
Far behind us is our Villages bubble where the traffic drives under 40 mph, pedestrians have the right of way, flowers and green spaces are abundant, the temperature is under 100 degrees and street signs are in English only.
Tomorrow we are off to spend the day at Yosemite National Park. It's about an hour away. I can't wait to breathe in the cool, mountain air again.
... of the bridge before we crossed it where there was a park area with families enjoying BBQs and a couple with a rare, expensive Bengal cat. The views on the bridge and either side are spectacular and I would definitely recommend cycling over it rather than walking or driving. Once across the other side we had a fun ride downhill before we entered Sausalito. Sausalito was a quaint town which had a French/Portuguese feel about it. We had an ice cream ...
... road with Sebastian now being renamed, the boy who cried bear. all we heard was, "Look, a bear!" and Ewan responding, "Where?" only to be told, "Too slow, you missed it." It was a long walk back up to the car. On arriving back at the car, we spoke with another park ranger who was not at all concerned about us being in the park. He was putting up his signs and blocking off roads, but was happy to answer our questions as to where we could go. We decided, to keep ...