Days Inn & Suites Hayward
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... to swap badges with us. We were all issued with a bag, cool drink bottles, a camp tee shirt, pen and ID lanyard. It was really hot, but there was a breeze and in the shade it was really pleasant. We tucked into chicken wraps and salad for dinner followed by strawberries and cream. We spent some time chatting to Idaho Girl Scouts and then hit our beds for a good nights sleep ready for camp to start properly tomorrow. ...
... trip experience. The grant funding we received has allowed us to stay in nicer hotels than we would otherwise have been able to afford (shout out to our Holiday Inns!)—and so we are so grateful to have received the Lily Endowment Clergy Renewal Grant. When we buy supper for someone and they thank us, I say, “Don’t thank us, it’s Lily! And she is a very generous lady.” Thanks Lily!
-Worship at North Coast Church
... Humphrey Slocombe, a store we had been eyeing off all week. Donna had salted caramel and Cocoa, and I had Eton Mess. Was great. We then headed back to fisherman's wharf for our new favourite 'clam chowder' although this time we had it in the bread bowl and had it siting outside watching the buskers and passing parade of people. Note: the seagulls in SF are huge - big duck sized! The chowder was again terrific. Afterwards we caught the F tram back to ...
... local shops and hung out with the many smelly sea lions for a while. While walking around Fisherman's Wharf we found a really cool arcade full of old games from many generations. We spent about an hour checking out all the different things and how technology has changed.
We then drove over to Treasure Island thinking it would be an exciting place to explore but as it turns out its a pretty run down place.
For dinner I found a really cool cider ...
... and found out Andy's going to be captain of the Hickory in Homer, Alaska (a 225 ft Coast Guard cutter) starting in June
-I wrapped things up at the Gates Foundation in early April and am now unemployed (eek!), taking a few months off, and looking for work in Homer (so if you know anyone looking for an eager MBA...)
I think that's all you need to know!