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Last night's dinner at Izzy's was a triumph, not just the quality of the food, but the atmosphere and the history of the place. Quite by chance we had stumbled on a real winner. Remarkably, we did the same for breakfast this morning. First off, we dismissed the Motel's offering of their free breakfast out of hand. Pathetic and not even worth staying for the coffee... so we drove off a couple of blocks where there was not one, but two gas stations, opposite each ...
... farm which I have never seen one this size. There were hundreds and hundreds of them spread over the mountain top spinning like crazy. When we got into San Francisco we immediately went to our lunch stop which was before we actually crossed the bay bridge into San Francisco, it was a little park with the most amazing views of the city. We could see the bay bridge, the city skyline, the Golden Gate Bridge and even Alcatraz. We sat down and ate taking in the beautiful scenery and ...
... the di Rosa, in order to check it as oversize baggage on the flight tomorrow. I have had a fabulous two weeks - thanks so much Di and Dave for being such great hosts and such good friends! And thanks to your friends who added to the whole experience!
Looks like more rain is headed this way and the sun will be shining further north. Maybe I'll pack the sun block after all.
... of the original residents.
The park is stunning, with various habitats backing the marsh: native grassland, mixed evergreen forest, oak woodland and chaparral. Lots of oak trees of different types, manzanita and arbutus on rolling hills. I rode through the park along the road with little traffic, about 6 or so miles, stopping at several ...
... and his effort to prove that 17th century Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer used a system of lenses and mirrors — something similar to a camera obscura — to create his stunningly realistic light-bathed domestic scenes. See it if you can. Tim Jennison is a wealthy, very smart guy who dedicates himself during a 5 year period to proving his hypothisis by replicating Vemeer's complex painting "The Music Lesson" using this technology, ...
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