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... getting on at a time, we decide to walk it. Second ferry missed. It's a long old walk and we are pretty shattered by now. We really need to get on the next ferry, so Rich motors ahead to check if our tickets from this morning are single or return in case we need to buy more. Emma and Taya arrive with minutes to spare. The guy says return but the tickets are rejected. The other guy says they are singles! We make the third ferry, with a minute to spare. No seats anywhere, and those with ...
... all at different stages of their own journeys. Not that I’m any kind of expert, but we did stay across the street from a Holiday Inn Express the other night (ahh haha- done like Dads low pitched fake laugh) and I did read various things at the visitor’s centers about the history of the bridge. I learned that Joseph Strauss, the same man that wrote a poem I saw etched into a sign displayed in the Redwood forest, proposed the original design for ...
... There are pictures posted of all three trees.
The road was the usual mountain road...curvy with no shoulders. I learned
something important. If someone scares you with his/her driving, don't tell
them so. It's like challenging them to scare you even more.
Southern Iowa and Northern California were mostly farmland and it was amazing
to me that this rural land was so close to the beach. I need to keep up to date
with my writing...the days are running ...
... and asked about sandwriches and they told us that their sandwiches are sold at the Shell station across the street. We went there and sat outside to eat. Then, we were on our way again, going North. We just missed the heavy commute traffic and arrived home at 5:00ish and Skip had dinner waiting.
Friday, March 23
We rose about 7; I went to my water therapy class and Val and Roz were expecting a friend of Val's from Stanford at 10. ...
... acceptable for women to do so. She was an avid gambler and often dressed like a man in order to gamble in the males-only establishments that dotted North Beach. Coit was reputed to have shaved her head so her wigs would fit better.
Lillie had a special relationship with the city's firefighters. She had from very early days of her life been fascinated and enamored of the red shirted and helmeted fire fighters. ...