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... alternate venue with a better selection of beer.
Fact of the day - The cable car system is unique in that the car itself has no engine. The cable runs constantly in a conduit cut into the road and the carriages merely grab onto it and let go as needed. As a result you can constantly hear the cable running through the slot even when there is no car to be seen.
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... there are several guides along with other sources claiming to instruct a novice how to do any undertaking, there is certainly nonetheless space for error. If you are not educated in electrical power or plumbing related you must check with an expert. Many people work with a stark bright white when artwork their ceilings, but a soft lotion coloration can also add ambiance to your room. This is fantastic since it is of great-gloss and displays lighting extremely well. By ...
... Zip Car and off we went.
Very hot and sunny (over 80 F... heh heh) in Palo Alto.
Walked, chatted, grabbed lunch.
Glad we got to see Lina - she is heading to New Mexico in January for a new job (Dept of Chemistry, Dept of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, and Cancer Center/School of Medicine)
One thing that was very noticeable as we drove along - wow that Cali drought is pretty serious. Everything was ...
Another foggy morning. Stopped for a photo at the Golden Gate Bridge and had a look at Sausalito. Headed out to Muir woods, old growth forest, Redwood, never been logged. The trees are truly huge. The way they propergate reminds me of our Antarctic Beeches in our rain forests ( Border Ranges and in Tassie,may be in other places, like Lamington N.P.) Note to anyone who suffers from car sickness, take Travel Calm Before heading out to the Muir Woods. The road is very windy.... (Nev needed ...
... new to an area, a driver obeys all of the signs. Obeying the signs at Stanford - no left turn, no U turn - took me about 3 miles away. I punched in the visitors center into my GPS and eventually got back to the parking lot. I considered myself very fortunate to find an open space this time, but walking through the lot I saw that many many spaces had opened up while I had been away.
I met Anne, Grant, and Cynthia at a picnic table outside the ...