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... what to expect, but what we got was a semi apologetic cousin who had been away the weekend at a Buddhist retreat, and then blown all the positive energy on the way home with a 6 hours straight drive from Oregon. Phew!
He was taking the rest of the day off to "work from home" so he suggested we walk down to the ferry building for lunch. It was a great suggestion. We talked of family and politics, and found ...
... just at the entrance of a public pay-for-parking area.
I bought two pairs of Levis ( my Lee Cooper jeans bit the dust - so I had to replace at least one pair). I am sure I can squeeze the other pair into my limited packing space.
Looked up the Buena Vista Café on Google Maps so that I could sample an Irish Coffee from the house of its origin.
Thanks to Pat O'Neill and Susan(who I met ...
... common. As a result, there were Steve and Ally, the couple from Maryland, staying in SF, who saved me the misery of a metro ride into a sketchy neighborhood by offering to share their Uber with me, then wouldn't let me pay.
There were countless people in the tasting rooms of Napa and Sonoma who provided suggestions for where to go next, favorite wines to try, and bonus tasting which made ...
... No dice. I had nothing left by the time I found the right way to go, so I pushed the bike all the way up the damn hill. It was worth it, though - holy cow, what a view!
Back across the bridge, and again, 0 deaths or injuries, though one little kid veered into the path of the (adult) cyclist, who proceeded to abuse the kid. If I was a typical Australian, I would have used this information to conclude that all cyclists are *******, but I guess ...
... curly fries and corn dogs (yuk). We did a whole lot of hootin’ and a hollerin’ and a yeehain’ - what a laugh it was.
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