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... Gate Bridge and were welcomed by a gay couple sharing a joint at the "vista point". Is it legal here? I'm just asking for informational reasons...honest. The long and winding road...to some big ass trees... The GPS said it was 20 miles to Muir Woods, but it would take an hour. Wait...what? The road was a slow go because it was turn after turn around a mountain. Maybe I'll post a video, it's insane. ...
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... all very lovely people. We got to see SO much of San Francisco with this tour, and our guide was amazing, with all of his facts and history of the city. Did you know that all of the wires on the Golden Gate Bridge could be wrapped around the earth 3 times?! We drove over the bridge which was a highlight. We visited Muir Woods which is a national park, and contains some of the oldest and largest trees on the planet - Californian Redwoods. We walked around the park for about an ...
... is stressful and the cost of living is tremendous and all the while I need to keep focused on spiritual things. Sometimes the stress gets to me and when I reach that breaking point, I need to get away.
San Francisco gave me some fresh perspective and enough of a break to recharge my batteries and see myself through until the next major trip. 4 days isn't allot of time but when you consider the fact that I maintain a weekly schedule of working 6 days a week ...